The cost of one euro reached 91.15 rubles by 7:46, adding 0.7%. The US dollar was trading at 76.9 rubles.
A barrel of Brent crude for May sales totaled $ 60.9 (up 0.2%). Texas WTI is trading at $ 57.9 (also up 0.2%).
It's worth reminding that the dollar crossed the mark of 75 rubles on March 22. At the same time, the euro rate approached 90 rubles. The Russian currency is declining against the dollar and the euro also following the collapse of the Turkish lira, provoked by the unexpected change of the head of the country's central bank by the president of Turkey, experts say.