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The dollar exchange rate on the Moscow Exchange after the opening of trading on June 21 fell below 55 rubles. As of 10:10 Moscow time, the US currency was trading at 54.83 rubles, having fallen in price by 67 kopecks compared to the close of the previous session.
Below 55 rubles, informs RBC, the exchange rate of the dollar last fell on June 30, 2015.
By 10:40 Moscow time, the dollar exchange rate on the Moscow Exchange rose slightly to 55.08 rubles (54 kopecks less than the closing level of previous trading).
Euro on the Moscow Exchange as of 10:40 Moscow time cost 57.88 rubles (-96 kopecks).
The growth of the ruble exchange rate is associated with high energy prices and tax payments at the end of June, in order to spend which exporters sell part of their foreign exchange earnings.
So, what is next?
- The ruble exchange rate is the same as in 2015. Is it for a long time? Or is it better to buy more dollars and euros before it’s too late?