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The Central Bank of the Russian Federation set the US dollar exchange rate from May 21 in the amount of 58.8862 rubles, the euro – 60.8953 rubles From IFX

The official exchange rate of the US dollar, set by the Central Bank on May 21, is 58.8862 rubles. Compared to the previous value, the exchange rate decreased by 351.69 kopecks. The official euro exchange rate, set by the Central Bank from May 21, is 60.8953 rubles. Compared to the previous value, the exchange rate […]

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The Russian office of TikTok was robbed of 1 million rubles

The office of Tiktok Rus, the Russian division of the owner of the Chinese platform TikTok, was robbed: unknown persons stole the company’s equipment worth more than 1 million rubles.

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Law on “grey imports”, gas for rubles and Sberbank without dividends: news for business 21 May

The Ministry of Economy proposed to consolidate the legalization of parallel imports at the legislative level, Sberbank will not pay dividends. “Borjomi” will again become Georgian – these and other news on May 21 against the backdrop of a special operation in the RB.RU digest. The list may be updated throughout the day.

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The dollar fell below 60 rubles By Investing.com

The dollar fell by 2.04 rubles. or 3.3% – up to 59.86 rubles. – at the beginning of trading on Friday, May 20, according to the data of the Moscow Exchange. The dollar exchange rate on the Moscow Exchange fell below 60 rubles. for the first time since April 9, 2018. The euro for the […]

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Capitalization of the Russian stock market of the Moscow Exchange in the Main Market sector decreased by 1.63% as of May 20 and amounted to 43,921.886 billion rubles. By IFX

Alexander Shevelev Professional trader, investor, entrepreneur. Founder of the School of Trading and Investing. More than 12 years of experience in financial markets (stocks, bonds, futures, options, currencies, ETFs).

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The developer of the media content management system Picvario raised 20 million rubles from a business angel

Startup Picvario, a graduate of the international accelerator Sber500, has attracted 20 million rubles of investment from business angel Andrey Leshonok. This was reported to RB.RU in the press service of Sberbank.

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The dollar fell below 60 rubles for the first time since April 2018

The dollar exchange rate fell by ₽2.04 or 3.3% – to ₽59.86 – at the beginning of trading on Friday, May 20, according to the data of the Moscow Exchange. The dollar exchange rate on the Moscow Exchange fell below ₽60 for the first time since April 9, 2018. The euro exchange rate in the […]

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Debts for housing and communal services in Russia for 2021 amounted to almost 1.5 trillion rubles

According to the head of the Russian Ministry of Construction, Irek Fayzullin, the debt of enterprises and the population of Russia for utilities in 2021 amounted to about 1.5 trillion rubles. “Debts for resources and housing and communal services from enterprises, organizations and the population for 2021 amounted to almost 1.5 trillion rubles. The debt […]

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The cost of non-war with Ukraine: a billion rubles per hour

The non-war with Ukraine, which has been going on for three months, is burning Russian taxpayers’ money at a rate of almost a billion rubles per hour, according to official data from the Russian Ministry of Finance. In April, the federal budget spent 628 billion rubles under the “national defense” item, the department reported in […]

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The capitalization of the Russian stock market of the Moscow Exchange in the Main Market sector increased by 2.38% as of May 18 and amounted to 45,107.341 billion rubles. By IFX

Alexander Shevelev Professional trader, investor, entrepreneur. Founder of the School of Trading and Investing. More than 12 years of experience in financial markets (stocks, bonds, futures, options, currencies, ETFs).

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