The Russian ruble continued to rise against major currencies in today's trading, trading against the dollar and the euro at the highest level since the beginning of July.

According to RT, the dollar fell by 1.84 rubles to 88.15 rubles, and the euro fell by 1.50 rubles to 96.13 rubles.

In the stock market, the Russian stock index of ruble-denominated stocks rose 0.04 percent to 3207,3.1 points, while the stock index of dollar-denominated stocks (RTS) rose 88.1143 percent to <>,<> points.

Experts attributed the rise of the Russian ruble to the decline in demand for foreign currency, in light of the tightening of monetary policy in Russia, and the positive dynamics of oil prices.

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