The Russian ruble is rising against the dollar and the euro amid rising oil revenues

According to the report of the International Energy Agency (IEA), the Russian currency continues to rise against the European and US currencies today, Wednesday, against the backdrop of rising oil revenues in Russia.

By 16:07 Moscow time, the dollar exchange rate fell by 74 kopecks (the ruble = 100 kopecks) to 58.2 rubles.

At the same time, the euro exchange rate fell by 96 kopecks to 58.5 rubles, according to the data of the Moscow Exchange.

On world markets, the single European currency today fell below the dollar for the first time since 2002.

Source: Prime

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