Moscow. November 30. The dollar and the Euro rose on the Moscow stock exchange at the opening on Monday, the ruble reduced third auction in a row amid negative dynamics of the capital markets and lowering world prices of oil.
The first transactions in us dollar were held on Monday in the range 66,55-66.8 per ruble, on average over fifteen minutes the rate was 66.7 ruble (+22 cents to its previous close). The Euro was 70,59 ruble (+18 kopeks). The bi-currency basket amounted to 68,45 ruble (+20 cents).
The dollar was at 46 cents above the current official rate of Euro on 20 kopecks above the official rate. On Friday following the results of day the dollar rose on the ETS 63 kopecks, Euro – by 53 kopecks.
Experts explain the decline of the ruble a negative spirit of stock markets and the fall in world prices of oil. The cost of the January futures for Brent crude on London’s ICE Futures exchange at 9:08 MSK decreased by $0,11 (0,25%) to $44,75 per barrel. Since the beginning of November, prices fell by almost 10%.