- 76.9808 rubles for 1 dollar
- 92.2307 rubles for 1 euro
- 29.4506 rubles for 1 Belarusian ruble
- 27.5375 rubles for 10 Ukrainian hryvnias
- 95.7770 rubles for 10 Turkish lira
- 17.8318 rubles for 100 Kazakhstani tenge
- 11.7834 rubles for 1 Chinese yuan
Thus, according to the official exchange rate of the Central Bank, the dollar rose against the ruble by 1 ruble 30 kopecks, and the euro rose against the ruble by 1 ruble 70 kopecks compared to the official rate on Thursday. The trading volume on the Moscow Exchange by 13:09 Moscow time on Thursday amounted to 1,224.0973 billion rubles or 16,174.0909 million dollars. The ruble fell again today – this time on the reports of Western media about the impending US sanctions against new issues of OFZ. This is one of the variants of the so-called tough sanctions against Russia. If the rumors are confirmed, the ruble will fall even more.