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MOSCOW, January 29. /TASS/. The ruble continues growing against the dollar and the euro after the Bank of Russia decides to keep the key rate of 11% per annum, as evidenced by trading data on the Moscow Exchange.
The ruble slightly accelerated growing against the dollar and the euro after release of the regulator’s decision on the key rate. The dollar lost 0.50 and amounts to 75.89 rubles. The euro declines 0.65 to 82.85 rubles.
Brent oil futures with supply in March 2016 is currently traded at $34.9 on the London’s ICE, up 2.9% against yesterday’s closing price.