the ruble grows against the dollar at the beginning of trading on January 13 – Rambler / finance



At the opening of trading on Wednesday, January 13, the ruble is growing against the dollar and declining against the euro. This is evidenced by the data of the Moscow Exchange.

The dollar exchange rate fell by 6 kopecks – to 73.48 rubles.

The euro rate increased by 11 kopecks and amounted to 89.90 rubles.

Earlier, a member of the Central and East European Management Association, Candidate of Economic Sciences Teimuraz Vashakmadze, in an interview with FBA “Economics Today”, said that the strongest influence of exchange rate fluctuations is felt by enterprises in the spheres of production and trade, to a lesser extent – in the service sector.

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At the opening of trading on Wednesday, January 13, the ruble is growing against the dollar and declining against the euro. This is evidenced by the data of the Moscow Exchange.

The dollar exchange rate fell by 6 kopecks – to 73.48 rubles.

The euro rate increased by 11 kopecks and amounted to 89.90 rubles.

Earlier, a member of the Central and East European Management Association, Candidate of Economic Sciences Teimuraz Vashakmadze, in an interview with FBA “Economics Today”, said that the strongest influence of exchange rate fluctuations is felt by enterprises in the spheres of production and trade, to a lesser extent – in the service sector.

Video of the day. Interregional housing demand has skyrocketed

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At the opening of trading on Wednesday, January 13, the ruble is growing against the dollar and declining against the euro. This is evidenced by the data of the Moscow Exchange.

The dollar exchange rate fell by 6 kopecks – to 73.48 rubles.

The euro rate increased by 11 kopecks and amounted to 89.90 rubles.

Earlier, a member of the Central and East European Management Association, Candidate of Economic Sciences Teimuraz Vashakmadze, in an interview with FBA “Economics Today”, said that the strongest influence of exchange rate fluctuations is felt by enterprises in the spheres of production and trade, to a lesser extent – in the service sector.

Video of the day. Interregional housing demand has skyrocketed




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