The dollar on the Moscow stock exchange exceeded 84 roubles

The dollar on the Moscow stock exchange exceeded 84 roubles


MOSCOW, January 21. The dollar against the ruble on the Moscow stock exchange at the opening of trading on Thursday, increased compared with the closing level of previous trading day and amounted to 84 rubles.

More expensive the dollar was worth only to the denomination of the ruble in 1998 At the exchange rate of the CBR on 30 December 1997 the dollar was worth 5 thousand 960 rubles.

The Euro on the Moscow stock exchange reached 92 per ruble.

The MICEX index at the opening of trading rose by 0.4% to 1637,32 item.

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Brent oil price slowed down, however, is not adjusted upwards after the loss of 4.5% since the beginning of the week. The cost of futures for oil of mark Brent with delivery in March 2016 on the stock exchange ICE in London on Thursday fell by 0.57% to $27,72 per barrel.

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Prices for Brent crude and the dollar

Prices for Brent crude and the dollar. Infographics

The external background are some signs of stabilization, says a leading analyst of investment group “OLMA” Anton Startsev. “The futures for Brent oil traded near $28 per barrel, which implies a suspension of the reduction, however, the possibility of the resumption of the decline remains in force. Tonight, we expect data on oil reserves in the U.S., which may affect the nature of the trades in the oil market”, – said the expert.

On Wednesday, the Bank of Russia was established on January 21, the official dollar exchange rate at the level 79,4614 ruble, which 97,52 copecks above the previous indicator. The official Euro increased by 1 ruble 73,53 87,0341 kopecks to the ruble.

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