The dollar fell below 78 rubles, Euro – below 87 rubles amid falling oil inventories in the U.S.


MOSCOW, February 10. The dollar during trading on the Moscow exchange fell 2.08 rubles on the closing of yesterday’s trading to reach 77,62 rubles, while the Euro lost 3,31 rubles, having fallen to 86,7 RUB.

On the eve of Euro climbed above the $ 90 rubles, and on Wednesday morning, the dollar exceeded 80 rubles.

The growth of the Russian currency on Wednesday evening comes amid a sharp rebound in oil prices up after the publication of data on oil reserves in the United States. The cost of futures for oil of mark Brent with delivery in April 2016 on the ICE stock exchange in London rose 4.4% to $31.6 per barrel.

Oil prices accelerated after reports that crude inventories in the U.S. fell for the week from 29 January to 5 February by 0.71 million barrels to 502 million Experts surveyed by Bloomberg had forecast the increase of inventories of $ 3.2 million barrels.