In general, chatter continues.
In early December, after two more packages of so-called sanctions were imposed on Russia, which included an embargo on the purchase of Russian oil transported by sea and introduced a price ceiling on it, which, among other things, led to a decrease in the cost of oil on world markets, the ruble reacted to these events, starting to weaken rapidly against foreign currencies. Yesterday, the Russian currency broke through the minimum since spring, settling at around 72.13 rubles per dollar and 76.64 rubles per euro.
But today, the ruble began to strengthen sharply during trading on the Moscow Exchange, as a result of which the Central Bank set the weekend rate at 68.67 rubles per dollar and 73.04 rubles per euro. Thus, during the day the ruble won back about 3.5 rubles against the dollar and the euro.
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The situation is still far from predictable, but economists and analysts believe that in the near future the exchange rate will consolidate in the region of 64-65 rubles per dollar. This is due to the fact that at the end of the year, exporting companies begin to pay dividends and pay taxes, thereby increasing the demand for rubles.