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The Russian stock market will start 2019 decline, the ruble will fall below $70

Forex Club 03.01.2019 at 06:38

The Russian stock market is risk to start the first trading session of 2019, a decrease in the index due to unfavorable signals from the world markets. The ruble may be trading below the mark of 70 rubles to the dollar to 80 rubles per Euro against the background of falling oil prices. However, trading volumes will probably be small.

At the last session of last year, December 29, the Russian stock market grew moderately with low trading volumes before the holidays.

the Index of Masuri added a little more than 0.4%, while the RTS index is about 0.3%, the dollar rose by almost 30 kopecks, Euro — by 35 cents, trading just above the level of 80 rubles.

the Major U.S. stock indexes on the eve increased in the range of 0.5% after they were down more than 1% amid sales on the stock exchanges of Asia and Europe. The reason for pessimism became weak data on the Chinese economy, which showed a decline in business activity in the country. However, the President of the United States Donald trump expects the American stock exchange will re-grow after the completion of trade negotiations with China.

on the eve of European exchanges showed mostly a decrease in the basic indexes. In Europe, the business activity index in industrial production in December fell to the lowest level since February of 2016, amounting to 51.4 points. The main stock indexes in Asia continue a slight decline, after falling nearly 3% yesterday.

World oil prices fall more than 1% amid concerns over slowing global growth and the likely oversupply of oil. According to the latest us Department of energy, oil production in the country in October amounted to 11.5 million barrels of oil per day, higher than that of Russia and Saudi Arabia.

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