The euro exchange rate went up by 0.3% on Moscow Exchange on Wednesday and exceeded 92 rubles.
The dollar declined by 0.01 kopecks to 77.15 rubles at the opening of trading on the Moscow Exchange on Wednesday.
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World stocks took a well-earned rest near record highs on Wednesday, as an International Monetary Fund forecast of the strongest global growth since the 1970’s this year and steady bond and FX markets kept risk appetite buoyant.
The Russian stock market continued its correctional decline on Tuesday, despite the rebound in oil prices and a generally moderately positive external background.
The dollar rose by 0.84% and reached 77.03 rubles on the Moscow Exchange.
The Bank of Russia purchased currency worth 6.8 bln rubles ($89 mln) with settlements on April 5 on the domestic market, the regulator reported on its website.
Russian stocks opened higher on Tuesday as the MOEX Index gained 0.32% to 3,536.26 points, while the RTS Index rose by 0.14% to 1,459.13 points.
Asian equities have opened mixed this morning, even as their counterparts on Wall Street hit a record overnight.
The dollar remained unchanged at 76.39 rubles at the opening of trading on the Moscow Exchange on Tuesday.