MOSCOW, April 6. /TASS/. The ruble did not react to the decision of the US Department of the Treasury to add to its sanctions lists 38 Russians and 15 structures. Thus, the dollar exchange rate on the Moscow Exchange at 15:30 Moscow time grew by 24 kopecks to 57.95 rubles, and the euro rate - by 22 kopecks to 70.84 rubles.
Prior to the publication of the updated sanctions list, the dollar and euro rates were near these levels. At the same time, earlier on Friday, the dollar rate reached 57.98 rubles, the euro - 70.97 rubles.
In particular, the United States imposed sanctions against businessmen Alexey Miller, Viktor Vekselberg, Andrey Kostin and Suleyman Kerimov.