Russian central bank hints on euro reserves boost

The euro rose to its sixth record this month against the dollar after first deputy chairman of the Russian Central Bank Alexei Ulyukaev said on Tuesday 23 November that the bank might increase the share of the euro in its reserves.

Ulyukaev, quoted by the Bloomberg agency did not say when exactly the bank might adjust its reserves, but noted: "Most of our reserves are in dollars and that's a cause for concern. It's a real problem. Looking at the dynamics of the euro-dollar rate, we are discuss

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