‘Qiwi’ has grown amid increased risk appetite

Export-dependent currencies, including the US Dollar, are supported by on positive economic indicators, according to the US-China trade front.

Pound sterling rose to $1.2849 by 0.15% after a statement by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to return to Parliament an agreement on leaving the EU before Christmas.

The Australian dollar increased in value to $0.6795 that is 0.15%.

The New Zealand dollar rose in price to 0.47% compared with the yen that is 69.88 and 0.25% to $0.6420 against the US dollar.

The US dollar rose 0.2% compared to the yen (108.86), while the euro fell to $1.1026, touching the peak of $ 1.1012 from November 14.

Chinese yuan has risen up to 7.0355.

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