The Russian ruble falls against the dollar and the euro after a strong rally

The Russian currency fell against the US and European currencies on Friday after rising this week to hit a 7-year high against the dollar.

By 16:14 Moscow time, the dollar rose by 3.59 rubles (ruble = 100 kopecks) to 55.17 rubles, and the euro rose by 3.35 rubles to 57.21 rubles.

The Russian currency has been rising recently, and two days ago, the Russian ruble rose and reached its highest level since May 2015, with the ruble reaching 51 rubles.

Source: RT+Prime

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