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The ruble is recognized as the second most unstable currency in the world, worse only Mexican pesos

The ruble is recognized as the second most unstable currency in the world, worse only Mexican pesos
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Thursday, 19 March, 2020, 13:35

Russian ruble on the background of the coronavirus pandemic and the collapse of the deal, OPEC has risen to second place in the ranking of the most volatile currencies in the world against the United States dollar

Moscow-Live.ru / Tikhonov Mikhail Wednesday, March 18, amid the collapse in oil prices to the lowest level in more than 15 years ago, the dollar rose against the ruble by more than 5 rubles per one trading session
Pixabay.com the ruble fell below 80 rubles per dollar for the first time since February of 2016 and reached 80,87 ruble which could not exceed due to restrictions on placing bids on the Moscow stock exchange.
The Russian ruble on the background of the coronavirus pandemic and the collapse of the deal, OPEC has risen to second place in the ranking of the most volatile currencies in the world against the United States dollar, SWIdeelstaat Bloomberg data. His imputed volatility (how the market evaluates the future the amplitude of fluctuations in the exchange rate), calculated from the prices of three-month options is 24.9%. Ahead of ruble Mexican peso volatility of 26.5%.