The dollar exceeded 80 rubles, Euro 86,5 RUB the Brent oil price fell by 3%

The dollar exceeded 80 rubles, Euro 86,5 RUB the Brent oil price fell by 3%


MOSCOW, January 25. The dollar against the ruble on the Moscow stock exchange increased in comparison with level of closing previous trading 2.05, RUB 80,07 rubles, surpassing the mark of 80 rubles, the Euro has risen by 2.41 86,65 RUB to RUB.

Earlier this morning the dollar fell 1.63 rubles up to 76,39 rubles, while the Euro fell to 2,02 roubles to RUB 82,22

“The focus is on the dynamics of oil prices”

The ruble began to fall after oil, which lost half of Friday’s growth. “The focus is on dynamics of oil quotations, as well as future events of this week. After growth of about 10% on Friday and the positive momentum of Monday morning oil prices are unable to hold their positions,” – said the expert of “BCS Express” Oksana Kholodenko.

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The cost of futures for oil of mark Brent with delivery in March 2016 on the stock exchange ICE in London fell on Monday, up 2.95% to 31,23 dollars per barrel. In the course of trading on January 22, the price of Brent crude climbed above the $ 32 dollars/Barr.

Increased volatility in the Russian currency market may persist this week, given the large number of important events: in the U.S. Tuesday, January 27, the meeting will be held by the fed, and in the Russian Federation meeting on the Central Bank rate will be held on Friday, January 29, marks the chief economist for Russia and CIS ING Bank Dmitry Polevoy. “Given that expectations for rates by the fed since the beginning of the year calmed down considerably (the market does not expect them to change before September), and the Central Bank will probably leave the rate unchanged, in the presence of support from oil prices, the ruble may feel confident, but the high volatility will continue,” – said the economist.

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