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MOSCOW, January 21. /TASS/. The ruble began to narrow losses against the dollar and the euro. As of 01:15 pm Moscow time the dollar rolled back from the high of today's trading by 2.18 rubles to 83.81 rubles., while the euro dropped by 2.32 rubles to 91.38 rubles.
Earlier on Thursday, the dollar rose by 4.59 rubles against the ruble on the Moscow Stock Exchange compared to the previous closure reaching 85.99 rubles. This is 5.89 rubles higher than the maximum set on December 16, 2014.
The dollar was more expensive only before the ruble denomination in 1998. According to Central Bank, on December 30, 1997 the dollar was worth 5,960 rubles.
On Thursday, the euro jumped by 5.06 rubles to the level of 93.7 rubles.