The euro rate in the course of trading on the Moscow Exchange rose above 89 rubles., According to the data of the trading floor. The last time the euro rose to such a value on June 3.
At 15.03 Moscow time, the euro rate was 89.18 rubles, which is 1.25% higher compared to the close of trading in the previous session. By 15.17 Moscow time, the euro slowed down, the rate was 89.02 rubles. (+ 1.06% to the close of the previous session). The dollar exchange rate at 15:23 Moscow time grew by 0.5% and amounted to 75.19 rubles. Today it exceeded 75 rubles. for the first time since May 4.
World currencies are growing against the ruble amid falling oil prices. The cost of a barrel of Brent crude oil for September delivery on the London stock exchange ICE fell to $ 73.24 per barrel (-0.259%) as of 10.25 Moscow time, and WTI crude oil fell to $ 71.180 per barrel (-0.448%).