MOSCOW, May 14 – PRIME. RBC, citing sources, reports that the Moscow Exchange is considering a possible expansion of the list of currencies that are available for trading.
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According to the media, we are also talking about the dirham, the monetary unit of the UAE. Against the backdrop of Western sanctions, representatives of this country are showing increasing interest in Russian business. But trading in a pair of dirhams – the ruble on domestic exchanges has not yet been made. The launch of trading in the Uzbek sum and Armenian dram is being discussed.
Today, the ruble can be exchanged on the Moscow Exchange for ten currencies: US dollar, euro, British pound, Chinese yuan, Japanese yen, Turkish lira, Hong Kong dollar, Belarusian ruble, Kazakh tenge and Swiss franc.