Currency exchange rates are calculated using the exchange rate in the currency where the item is purchased.
This exchange rate is used to calculate the cost of importing an item from one country to another.
The cost of importation may include the importation of additional goods and/or services.
The exchange rate does not include the cost to store the item in your country of purchase.
The rate used is based on a one-year period.
For example, the current exchange rate for the exchange between the US dollar and the ruble is US$1.12 to the rubles.
For the exchange in January 2019, the rate was US$0.91.
For comparison, the exchange rates used for the September 2018 Euro Exchange Rate are currently available on the European Central Bank website.
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