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Update: South Korea intends to restrict transactions with seven Russian banks

South Korea intends to restrict transactions with seven Russian banks that fell under US sanctions. These include Sberbank, VEB, Promsvyazbank, VTB, Otkritie, Novikombank.


Update: US authorities called on crypto exchanges to support sanctions against Russia

The US authorities called on crypto exchanges to support sanctions against Russia. The Joe Biden administration has demanded guarantees from trading platforms that their services will not be used to circumvent restrictive measures against Russia.


UPDATE: EU’s all-out economic war against Russia

EU to launch an all-out economic war against Russia – French finance minister


UPDATE: International Volleyball Federation postponed the World Championship from Russia

The International Volleyball Federation postponed the World Championship from Russia.

(TASS)


UPDATE: Kazakhstan Stock Exchange has suspended trading in securities of a number of Russian issuers

The Kazakhstan Stock Exchange has suspended trading in securities of a number of Russian issuers. Among them, in particular, are common shares of Aeroflot, Gazprom, Norilsk Nickel, Lukoil, Magnit, Rostelecom, Sberbank, and VTB Bank.


UPDATE

The State Bank of India will not conduct transactions with Russian companies that fell under the sanctions

(TASS)


UPDATE

The ruble moved to growth against the dollar and the euro: the dollar is about 91.62 Russian Rubles, the euro is about 105.7 rubles – (trading data)

USD To Rubble
USD To Rubble
Euro to RUB
Euro to RUB

 

 

The ruble, after falling at the start of trading, abruptly moved to strengthen and adds about 2-2.5 rubles to the dollar and the euro, which follows from the trading data.

The dollar exchange rate by 10.09 Moscow time and 10.09 Moscow time decreased by 2.1 rubles – to 92.5 rubles, the euro – by 2.5 rubles, and 103.5 rubles.

In the first minutes of trading, the dollar jumped up to 100.79 rubles, the euro – up to 113 rubles.


UPDATE:

Russia retaliated by restricting Swiss civil aircraft flights

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