Source Pravda.Ru

Central Bank prevents dollar drop at morning trade - 4 April, 2003 - News

The Central Bank conducted a rather large ruble intervention at this morning's trading session, several specialists from commercial banks noted in an interview with RBC. One of currency analysts noted that the Central Bank purchased dollars at RUR 31.28. Most active ruble interventions were carried out at the beginning of the Unified Trading Session.

These efforts enabled the Central Bank to prevent a fall in the dollar rate by more than RUR 0.01 against the previous closing and the weighted average dollar was RUR 31.28. Traders estimated the Bank's interventions at about $50m, which accounted for more than 50 percent of the trade volume at the morning trade.

© &to=http://www.rbc.com' target=_blank>RBC

Comments
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
Putin must sue UK because of Skripal case lies
Why Putin should say nothing when USA and Germany fight over Russian natural gas
Foreign Ministry official explains why Russia had to sell Alaska to US
Foreign Ministry official explains why Russia had to sell Alaska to US
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
The Royal Wedding and the Silly Season
The Royal Wedding and the Silly Season
Kremlin wants foreign invaders out of Syria
Amnesty International wants world leaders to ignore World Cup 2018 in Russia
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
Kremlin on failed nuclear missile tests: 'Listen to President Putin and believe him!'
Kremlin on failed nuclear missile tests: 'Listen to President Putin and believe him!'
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
Donald Trump suddenly falls for glorious Russian tradition to hold military parades
Students of UC reinvent the consumption of legumes
Iran's next moves on nuclear deal much more important - Kremlin
Kremlin on failed nuclear missile tests: 'Listen to President Putin and believe him!'