March 15, 2013 13:20
CB to quote ruble at 30.7196 rubles/$1 and 40.0123 rubles/EUR1 on March 16
MOSCOW. March 15. (Interfax) - The Central Bank of Russia will quote the U.S. dollar at 30.7196 rubles/$1 on March 16, 0.19% down from the previous exchange rate.
The Central Bank will quote the euro at 40.0123 rubles/EUR1, 0.35% up from the previous exchange rate, the bank's Foreign and Public Relations Department told Interfax.
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