The ruble and Russian stocks are getting more expensive

the ruble on Tuesday, June 23, is growing rapidly on the Moscow exchange, as the cost of Russian shares. The dollar fell 22 cents to 68.8 per ruble, the Euro lost 12 cents to 77.7 rubles, according to the trades 10:30 GMT.

at this point, the index Mosberg, reflecting the ruble value of Russian stocks rose by 1% and the RTS index, the dollar value of shares added 1.3%.

the price of oil per day increased by approximately by $0.7. So, European and Russian standards of oil approached $43 per barrel. A barrel of Brent traded at $43,19, and a barrel of the American benchmark WTI give $40,8, according to trading in London by 10:30 GMT.

a Day earlier, gold rose to a high of mid-April because of fears of a second wave of the pandemic. Investors will refrain from investing in the US dollar as a “safe haven” in the event of a return COVID-19, said in an interview with CNBC Deutsche Bank strategist Samir Goel.