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Synonyms for rouble

the basic unit of money in Russia

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The rouble hit its record low on Tuesday despite rate hikes by the Russian central Bank to 17 per cent from the earlier 10.
Moscow: Russia's Rouble touched a new all-time low against the Euro of over 51.
This consideration comes against the backdrop of a weakening of the rouble on March 3 to RUB 36.
The Russian central bank has said that it is expecting the rouble to be stable.
Yesterday, however, there were the first stirrings of a rouble recovery on the streets of the Russian capital.
Trading at the interbank exchange was suspended for a second day in a row after the rouble weakened by more than five per cent, trading at 8.
Russia's top oil producer Rosneft reported 35 billion roubles ($1.
These drivers should in turn favour rouble appreciation.
Russia is seeking to turn its rouble into a regional reserve currency as one way of combatting volatility brought on by its dependence on world oil prices and, as a result, the dollar.
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Standard & Poor's CreditWire 5/28/98-- In light of the renewed bout of market turbulence, sharply higher interest rates and pressures on the rouble, Standard & Poor's has today placed the ratings of seven Russian banks on CreditWatch with negative implications.
Russia's central bank on Tuesday announced changes to the parameters of its rouble intervention policy that reaffirm its commitment to moving towards a freely-floating currency.
The rouble has lost 2% against the US dollar over the past two months and more than 6% since Apr 2010.
He and Masha Radina from Nomura also noted that in dollar terms, investments could be even lower next year, if the rouble depreciates, as envisaged by the Economy Ministry.
Tensions between Ukraine and Russia might indirectly affect the Finnish economy, mostly through a decrease in the value of the Russian rouble.