At the opening of trading on the Moscow Exchange on September 15, the dollar depreciated against the ruble by 0.43%, and the euro - by 0.13%.
As of 10:00 Moscow time, the dollar rate dropped to 74.95 rubles, the euro rate - to 89.14 rubles. Five minutes after the start of trading, the dollar traded at 74.98 rubles, the euro - at 89.11 rubles.
The Moscow Exchange index at the opening of trading added 0.27% and reached the level of 2936.42 points, the RTS index rose by 0.06% to 1229.16 points.
As chernayakobra.ru wrote, since the beginning of 2020, the Russian ruble has depreciated significantly in relation to world currencies. Financiers advise keeping savings in the Swiss franc, which investors have called a "safe haven". The conclusion is based on research based on the results of the first eight months of 2020, during which the European currency gained 30.5% against the ruble. The second line is occupied by the euro, which added 30% against the Russian currency.