The US dollar on Tuesday rose for the first time at the additional trading session at the Belarusian Currency and Stock Exchange (BCSE), closing at 7,650 rubels, up from 7,630 on Monday. The euro rose from 10,320 to 10,420 rubels and the Russian ruble from 234 to 241 rubels. The first additional session, which was held at the BCSE on September 14, resulted in the Belarusian rubel’s rate of 8,600 to the US dollar, 12.100 to the euro and 305 to the Russian ruble. Tuesday’s initial demand for the US dollar totaled $20,973,000, whereas the supply amounted to $14,127,000, with the resulting trading volume being $17,127,000. The initial demand for the euro totaled €17,576,000, while the supply amounted to €7,300,000, with the resulting trading volume being €12,846,000. The initial demand for the Russian currency totaled 476.4 million rubles, while the supply amounted to 194.7 million, with the resulting trading volume being 329.9 million rubles.