Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Ruble strengthened against dollar

The ruble strengthened against the dollar

Exchange rates on Thursday
afternoon during a press conference of Vladimir
Putin exhibit multidirectional
character - the dollar falls and the euro rises in price.

By 12:45 MSK, we observed
today's high currency pairs:
EUR / RUB reached
78.108 rubles and USD / RUB. -
up to 63.58 rubles. By 14:00 MSK dollar falls to
61.144 rubles. (Minus 6% of yesterday's closing)
the euro, on the contrary, rose to 75.143 rubles.
(0.05% increase) (in investing.com data).

In their responses, Vladimir
Putin expressed the hope that the trend
to strengthen the ruble will continue.
"I hope that today, and
yesterday's decline in the foreign
currency and the appreciation of the ruble will continue.
Is it possible? maybe", - he said,
at a press conference.

The president also said
that the Russian central bank is not going to
"mindlessly shoot reserves" in order to
regulation of the ruble. Putin
recalled that the international reserves of Russia
now account for $ 419 billion. Provisions
Government - National Welfare Fund and the Reserve Fund -
increased this year by 2.4-2.5 trillion rubles,
he said.

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