Senior Russian MP says too early to speak of thaw in Russia-US tiesRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 2:26
NATO’s saber-rattling only impairs security of alliance's members — diplomatRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 22, 20:20
Russian sledge hockey team may compete in 2018 Paralympics — IPCSport May 22, 18:53
PM Medvedev says envoy’s murder 'left imprint' on Russian consulate’s work in TurkeyRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 22, 18:40
Peruvian fire-fighting service wants to buy Russian Mi-171 helicoptersBusiness & Economy May 22, 18:00
Putin sets task of accelerating work on super-heavy rocketScience & Space May 22, 17:55
Russian PM comments on decision to remove trade restrictions with TurkeyBusiness & Economy May 22, 17:39
Russia and its EU partners discuss entry point for Turkish Stream’s second lineBusiness & Economy May 22, 17:38
Austrian chancellor to address SPIEF-2017 on June 2Business & Economy May 22, 17:00
MOSCOW, July 14. /TASS/. Greek factor did not make a significant impact on the situation on Russian currency market, an official with the Central Bank told TASS.
"The ruble rate dynamics was influenced by oil prices fluctuations, where the news from China and anticipation of signing an agreement with Iran were the main factors," - the official said.
Earlier the Central Bank marked a limited impact of the situation in Greece on Russian markets and bank.
On Monday, the summit of the eurozone reached agreement on the third aid program for Greece.
The third international package of macro-financial aid to Greece will be up to €90 billion for three years. In its turn, Greece promised to carry out reforms, which actually imply austerity measures.
Greece also committed to transfer its state assets for the sum of €50 bln to a special fund managed by the creditors. This fund may be directly used to finance the aid program or to guarantee loans.