The Central Bank set the official exchange rates on November 16th. The dollar fell to 1.3816 rubles, reaching 66.6159 rubles (67.9975 rubles on November 15). The euro exchange rate decreased to 75,5358 rubles (76,7556 rubles on November 15) from 1,2198 rubles.

Nordea Bank Tatyana Evdokimova and Denis Davydov analysts continue to strengthen in the main traded couples due to a certain improvement in the foreign fund of the Russian currency and the initial period of tax payments.

"The US dollar allowed the weakening of global fields and the decline in demand for defensive assets after the publication of statistics in October in the United States allowed it to partially compensate for positions in emerging market currencies," the experts said.

An additional positive signal for risky assets analysts signaled that China could give the United States a set of trade concessions, which "diminishes the decline in trade conflict between the two leading economies".

Separately, the experts point to sanctions that bir continue to be a significant irritation to the ruble Ayrı.

Iyor The market once again responds positively to reports that the US Congress may postpone the adoption of new sanctions against the Russian Federation by 2019. At the same time, it is clear that the risk of sanctions for Russian entities is high, and new negative signals will inevitably weaken the ruble and OFZ, yaptır analysts say.