The euro has risen above 85 rubles.
On the Moscow Stock Exchange on the last day of trading of the outgoing year, the ruble exchange rate fell.
The collapse of the Russian currency against major world currencies occurred to the lows of November.
So, on the afternoon of December 30, the dollar was trading at 74.69 rubles per dollar, euro – 84.51 rubles.
At the peak, the currencies were worth 74.87 and 84.66 rubles, respectively.
The ruble exchange rate is under pressure from inflation, which, according to Rosstat, is forecast at the end of the year at the level of 8.39%.
Oil quotes stopped below $80 per barrel of Brent.
Investors, in turn, are worried about the rapid, moreover, investment spread of the omicron strain of coronavirus.
Earlier, topNews wrote that in December 2020, the dollar exchange rate collapsed.
At that time, banking analysts believed that the fall of the US currency would continue.