The Euro jumped above 88 rubles for the first time since December 2014

The Euro jumped above 88 rubles for the first time since December 2014


The price of oil has been falling amid concerns about rising energy reserves in the U.S. and down to the area of 27.7 per dollar and is now trying to cling to a mark 28 dollars.

MOSCOW, 20 Jan. The ruble strengthened decline against the background of weak dynamics of the oil market, according to AFP.

Euro exceeded the mark of 88 rubles for the first time since December 2014, the dollar gets to 81 ruble, updating the historical highs.

The dollar calculations “tomorrow” at 14.48 GMT environment grew by 1.99 ruble — to 80,56 ruble (rose Tuesday to 80,798 ruble), Euro — 2.18 ruble to 87,90 rubles (already up 88,146 ruble), follows from the data of the Moscow exchange.

The price of oil has been falling amid concerns about rising energy reserves in the United States. The cost of Brent on Wednesday fell in the district 27.7 per dollar and is now trying to cling to a mark 28 dollars.