MOSCOW, 25 Feb - RIA Novosti/Prime. The present state of the Russian banking system and the corporate sector has not changed due to the lowering of the sovereign rating of the Russian Federation Agency Moody's, said the Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation Mikhail Sukhov.
"I think that the present state of the Russian credit organizations or Russian organizations Following the decision of the rating Agency Moody's has not changed. Those fluctuations on the financial markets were quite predictable and are local, "he said in an interview to television channel" Russia 24 ".
Moody's on 21 February downgraded the national chart of Russia to the speculative level " Ba1 "from" Baa3 ", explaining the consequences of the Ukrainian falling, falling oil prices and the reduction rate of the ruble. After this, Moody's downgraded the ratings of seven of the largest Russian financial institutions, as well as among them Sberbank, VTB, Gazprombank, Alfa-Bank.