The Central Bank of the Russian Federation raised the official dollar rate by 4 kopecks to 75.94 rubles.
The euro rose 27 kopecks to 80.4 rubles.
The value of the dollar and the euro increased in late February and the first half of March 2022. On February 22, the official rate of the American currency was 76 rubles and 76 kopeks, and on March 2 it exceeded 100 rubles for the first time since the 1998 denomination. The euro exchange rate for the first time exceeded the one hundred ruble mark on February 28. On March 11, one euro cost 132 rubles and 95 kopecks, and one dollar – 120 rubles and 60 kopecks.
From the second half of March, the dollar and the euro became cheaper, until in June the dollar began to cost 51.16 rubles, and the euro – 53.86 rubles. For the dollar, this indicator remains at its lowest in 2022, while the euro exchange rate fell to 52.73 rubles as of September 30.
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