On the Moscow Stock Exchange, the yuan rate rose to 11.01 rubles for the first time since April 29.
MOSCOW, February 24 – RIA Novosti. Ruble strengthens decline, yuan rises above 11 rubles for first time since April 29, euro trades around 80.6 rubles, dollar is around 76.15 rubles, after news of new international sanctions data Moscow exchange.
At 14:41 Moscow time, the yuan exchange rate increased by 8 kopecks to 10.99 rubles, according to calculations “tomorrow”, and minutes ago it rose to 11.01 rubles – the maximum since April 29.
At the same time, the euro rate increased by 1.17 rubles to 80.57 rubles, the dollar – by 1.15 rubles, to 76.15 rubles.
Earlier on Friday, the UK started trading mainly Uralsib, Zenit, MTS Bank and Bank St. Petersburg, this is due to a statement on the British government’s website.
In addition, the American White House announced that the United States of America will impose sanctions on more than 200 natural and legal persons from Russia and third countries. It was also noted that the sanctions will affect dozens of Russian financial institutions and officials, and that the G7 countries plan to freeze Russia’s sovereign assets until the conflict in Ukraine is resolved.
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