The Euro exchange rate exceeded 84 rubles for the first time since December 2014

The Euro exchange rate exceeded 84 rubles for the first time since December 2014


The Euro calculations “tomorrow” grew up to 84.05 ruble amid falling oil prices below the psychological mark of us $ 30 per barrel, according to data of the Moscow exchange.

MOSCOW, 15 Jan. The day the ruble has accelerated the decline against the background of falling prices of Brent crude oil below the psychological mark of us $ 30 per barrel, according to AFP.

In particular, the Euro for the first time since December of 2014 topped 84 rubles.

At 12.54 GMT Friday, the Euro calculations “tomorrow” grew by 1.44 ruble — to 84.05 ruble, the dollar is at 98 cents, to 77,03 ruble, follows from the data of the Moscow exchange.