The dollar rate on the Moscow Stock Exchange fell below 60 rubles for the first time since August 31.
MOSCOW, September 13 – RIA Novosti. The ruble exchange rate has been growing moderately against the dollar for some time now. went down It fell below 60 rubles for the first time since 31 August and then bounced slightly, with the euro fluctuating close to the previous close, judging by the Moscow Stock Exchange data.
The dollar exchange rate “tomorrow” at 11.45 Moscow time decreased by 16 kopecks to 60.08 rubles, the euro – increased by 8 kopecks to 60.88 rubles.
Earlier on Tuesday, the dollar exchange rate fell to 59.94 rubles. At the same time, since the beginning of the session, trading is going in different directions, for example, today the dollar exchange rate has risen to a maximum of 60.53 rubles, the euro – 61.30 rubles.
“In the morning session on Tuesday, for the second day in a row, the dollar is trying to grow slightly. This happens against a backdrop of extremely low trading activity and the volatility index fluctuates at average intraday values (intraday – ed.) When the main session starts, the dollar is 60 when the major players enter the market. It remains at .5 rubles. Today we expect the dollar to trade in the lower part of the normal 60-61 ruble range,” Yegor Zhilnikov from Promsvyazbank commented to RIA Novosti.
On September 12, the Moscow Stock Exchange began trading on the foreign exchange market in the early morning. Now they are carried out in the following mode: 6.50-7.00 Moscow time – opening auction, 7.00-19.00 Moscow time – trading period. The opening auction allows to set a sufficient opening price for the trading period, based on the initial bids. Thus, the transaction in the foreign exchange market continues for 12 hours.
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