"So far, no tough measures (to stabilize prices on the stock exchange. -


) are planned," Arkusha said in a statement from Interfax.

According to him, "there is hope that oil companies understand the need to increase sales."

The head of the RTS warned that the decline in export parity may occur due to a decrease in external prices.

“It is necessary to fine-tune the rules of exchange trading, to conduct a pre-session with the prices of sellers,” he summed up.

In May, Arkusha predicted an increase in active demand for fuel due to the start of the vacation period and the development of domestic tourism.