The Ruble Trembles And Surrenders Before Big Changes

The Ruble Trembles And Surrenders Before Big Changes
The Ruble Trembles And Surrenders Before Big Changes

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Video: 50 РУБЛЕЙ 2023, January
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According to experts, the period of strengthening is over, and now in the near future we should again expect a rollback towards 80 rubles per dollar, according to IA DEITA.RU. Despite the fact that November began with the maximum collapse of the ruble for a long time (up to 80 per dollar), then there was a period of almost two weeks of steady strengthening. Last week, however, this dynamics began to weaken, and on November 13 there was a rollback to the positions on November 6 (almost 78 rubles). It is logical to assume that the next rollback will just be to the positions of the beginning of the month, especially if in the near future there will be some certainty with the position of Joe Biden as the elected President of the United States. Financial analysts are now in solidarity with the fact that the ruble will surrender in the short term (last week, cautious optimism was expressed in their camp). Andrey Kochetkov from Otkritie Broker believes that due to political turbulence in the United States (entailing economic turbulence), the ruble may reach 78 rubles this week. More pessimistic is the forecast by Alexander Kuptsikevich from FxPro, who believes that the dollar will try to break through 79.50. Sergei Grishunin from the NRA believes that a negative scenario is possible if Biden introduces new sanctions, in which case the ruble will again go to the upper bounds of the 78-82 per dollar range.

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