“If you look at it in percentage terms, it turns out that the increase per day is somewhere around 1.5-2%.
In fact, it fits into the framework of any currency fluctuations during the day, ”said the economist.
According to him, such fluctuations may be associated with the upcoming presidential elections in the United States.
“We have entered a period of strong currency turbulence ... The political factor of the US presidential elections on November 3 greatly affects the dollar and the euro ... This nervousness, as we calculated, 1.5-2% is not as high as it could be.
I believe that you can expect fluctuations of 10% in one direction or another ... The biggest mistake is to deal with frequent changes in your portfolio of currencies.
That is, if you have dollars, you run and change dollars for euros, then you change these euros into rubles, then rubles into dollars, etc., ”Ginko added.
Earlier it became known that the dollar rate for the first time since April 2 rose during trading to 79 rubles.