The rating agency "Standard-Rating" is added to the register of authorized rating agencies of NSMSC, certificate №8 from 10.04.2012

Rates continue to grow: three-month deposits are the most expensive

13-06-2014

In the period from 14.05.2014 to 11.06.2014 SDR-50 in national currency has increased by 0.01-0.42 p.p., SDR-50 in US dollars has grown by 0.09-0.26 p.p., and the increase of SDR-50 in euro has amounted to 0.06-0.29 p.p. At the same time, it should be noted that in terms of the given period SDR-50 on annual and six-month deposits on all the types of currency have demonstrated multidirectional trends, i.e. have moved upward and downward. At the same time, three-month SDR-50 has shown only growing trends and already has traditionally increased more than others.

 

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