TASS, citing the monitoring of the Analytical Center of the National Financial Research Agency, reported that about 53% of Russian residents predict an increase in the dollar and euro in the near future.
Most respondents talk about the growth in the value of their currencies, but 47% expect the indicators to decrease or remain at the current level. About 30% of Russians predict that the ruble will strengthen their position, and another 16% expect current indicators to remain.
“As before, the most flexible players in the economy are mainly concerned with the dynamics of the dollar and the euro against the ruble: employees of commercial companies, freelancers and self-employed,” the study says.
Analyst FG “Finam” Andrei Maslov previously expressed the opinion that an excessively strong ruble could negatively affect the Russian economy. According to FederalPress, under sanctions, the country exports more than it imports.
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