Russian Ruble Corridor at 33-37 Rubles, Interfax Says
The Russian central bank’s so-called floating corridor the ruble is allowed to trade within against a target dollar-euro basket was 33-37 rubles on Nov. 26, Interfax reported today, citing Bank Rossii First Deputy Chairman Alexei Ulyukayev.
Ulyukayev earlier gave a different range for the corridor, the Moscow-based news service reported. Interfax said the central bank requested a correction of his statement.
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