Over the week, the Russian ruble grew in price up to 1.1 soms in Kyrgyzstan.
Today, the capital’s exchange offices and commercial banks buy the ruble for 1.07-1.08 soms, and sell — for 1.9-1.1 soms.
The nominal rate of the National Bank is 1,0936 soms (0.77 percent growth).
The Russian ruble has reached this mark for the first time since May 2018. Over the last five years, it dropped by 4.53 tyiyns (from 1.05 to 1,0047 soms).