Record the value of the dollar reached on 30 December, rising to 73,63 ruble, Euro from 24 August to 83,63 ruble. These days the depreciation of the ruble compared to the closing last year was about 24% and 17.9% against the Euro.
MOSCOW, 31 Dec. The ruble by the end of 2015 decreased by 24% and 14.6% to the Euro, according to data of the Moscow exchange. The dollar ended the last trading day on the exchange at around 73,59 ruble, Euro – ruble 80,43, whereas at the end of 2014 courses accounted for 56 rubles, and 68.65 per ruble respectively.
Record high, the dollar reached on 30 December, rising to 73,63 ruble, Euro from 24 August to 83,63 ruble. These days the depreciation of the ruble compared to the closing last year was about 24% and 17.9% against the Euro.
Minimum levels of 2015 have been achieved the main reserve currencies in April-may – 48,83 rubles per dollar and 52.74 ruble per Euro, and they recorded the growth of the ruble against the closing of 2014 by 14.7% and 30.2%, respectively.
Thus, the growth of oil since the end of January to beginning of may and the tough monetary policy of the Central Bank (in the form of a jump in the key rate to 17% per annum) given feeling market players make good money, especially not if you count from the end of 2014, and from the highs of January, 2015 (71,85 rubles per dollar and 81,55 rubles per Euro) – about 50% of the growth rate of the ruble!
However, all interesting for the ruble ended in may, after which it basically only lose the position. Once the bottom of the ruble was achieved at the end of August, then the upward correction, stabilization in October and the final wave decline to new lows against the dollar. Euro in December was not able to update the August peak.