Queues lined up at exchangers after reports of the cessation of trading in dollars and euros on the Moscow Exchange
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Queues lined up at exchangers after reports of the cessation of trading in dollars and euros on the Moscow Exchange

On Wednesday evening in St. Petersburg, long queues formed near exchange offices. TV channel 78 reports that this is due to the news about the cessation of trading in dollars and euros on the Moscow Exchange amid new sanctions imposed by the United States. The reaction of the population was immediate: people rushed to exchange rubles for foreign currency, fearing a further increase in exchange rates.

Some Russian banks have already significantly increased their exchange rates. As of Wednesday evening, the cost of one US dollar reached 200 rubles. This caused panic among the population and led to increased demand for foreign currency.

Reports of the introduction of new sanctions and the cessation of trading in dollars and euros on the Moscow Exchange spread quickly, which provoked widespread concern among citizens. People are rushing to purchase foreign currency, fearing further depreciation of the ruble and economic instability.

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