Moscow. November 10. The dollar and Euro fell slightly on the Moscow stock exchange in early trading Tuesday, the ruble has grown a bit following the slight increase in world prices of oil.
First transaction of the dollar had on Tuesday within 64,45-64,68 of the ruble, on average over fifteen minutes the rate was 64,54 roubles (-5 kopeks to the level of the previous close). The Euro was 69,41 rubles/EUR1 (-6 kopeks). The bi-currency basket amounted 66,73 ruble (-5,5 a penny).
The dollar was 12 cents below the current official rate of Euro 20 cents below the official rate. Before the end of the day, the greenback was lower on the ETS on 1 penny, the Euro rose by 7 cents.
Experts stress that fluctuations of the ruble against the dollar and the Euro are insignificant, which indicates support for the currency of the Russian Federation, despite the negative trend in world prices of oil. The oil imports on Monday, rising after falling for the four previous sessions in a row, according to Bloomberg.
December futures for Brent crude on London’s ICE Futures exchange at 10:00 Moscow time has risen in price on 0,1-0,2%, up to $47,25 per barrel. In trading on Monday, their value fell by $0.23 (0,49%), to $47,19 per barrel, while last week Brent lost value of 4.3%.