Finance

The ruble continued to retreat from local lows

[ad_1] The ruble continued to retreat from local lows in trading on Monday, despite the stability of the dollar in the Forex market and the drop in oil prices. However, at the end of the session, the dollar / ruble pair finished several points lower than before the weekend. Today quotes opened with a gap down, winning back oil recovery. The pair slipped to weekly lows in the area of…
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Dow Jones

Sberbank began to issue mortgages to foreigners

[ad_1] MOSCOW, 13 Jul – PRIME. Sberbank began issuing mortgages to foreigners who are its salary clients, the lending institution said in a statement. “Now citizens of other countries can also take out a mortgage loan from Sberbank. To do this, they must…
Finance

Fundamentally Bitcoin is not ready for growth

[ad_1] Unable to break through the intermediate barrier in the region of $ 34,600, bitcoin fell in price at the end of Monday trading, finishing at $ 33,000. The focus of the players remains the 20-day moving average, around which the price oscillates. Today quotes are changing slightly, but the daily charts still show a modest upward bias – prices are trying to settle above the level…
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Dow Jones

The Russians were promised an increase in wages this year

[ad_1] MOSCOW, 13 Jul – PRIME. The Ministry of Economic Development of Russia predicted an increase in the average monthly wage of citizens in 2021 by almost five thousand rubles, or 9.1% in relation to the level of 2020. The Russians were predicted that the average income level would exceed 56 thousand rubles. This was reported by Vedomosti with reference to the ministry’s…
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Finance

US stock market prepares for earnings season

[ad_1] The RTS index is growing by 0.19%. The stock market continues to show sideways dynamics. Traditional seasonal decline in investor activity and what to do in such a situation? Switch your attention to commodity and foreign exchange markets It can be seen, for…
Forex Traiding

US consumer prices rise significantly in June

[ad_1] According to a report released by the Labor Department on Tuesday, US consumer prices posted their largest monthly rise in 13 years in June. The CPI jumped 0.9% in June after rising 0.6% in May. Economists had expected consumer prices to rise 0.5%. Consumer prices showed the largest increase since June 2008, when the indicator […] US Consumer Prices Rise Significantly in June first…
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