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rouble

, ruble
1. the standard monetary unit of Belarus and Russia, divided into 100 kopecks
2. the former standard monetary unit of Tajikistan, divided into 100 tanga
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In December the bank received 100bn roubles from Russia's national welfare fund as part of a plan to recapitalise the banking system hit by the falling rouble and Western sanctions.
The largest interventions to prop up the rouble were made in March, when Russia annexed Crimea.
The rouble hit its record low on Tuesday despite rate hikes by the Russian central Bank to 17 per cent from the earlier 10.
This was the very minimum the central bank could deliver given the slide in the rouble.
The creditworthiness of chemical companies would benefit the most from a weaker rouble, as at least 50% of their revenues are in US dollars, while their cost bases are mainly in roubles," said Denis Perevezentsev, a Moody's senior analyst.
Russia's top oil producer Rosneft reported 35 billion roubles ($1.
In the first nine months of 2009, prices in the pork division increased in rouble terms by 14% from 66.
Granville, Brigitte, "So Farewell Then Rouble Zone", in Anders Aslund, ed.
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.
the innovative technology firm that develops high-performance trading solutions for the financial services industry, will introduce trading in the Russian rouble on its foreign exchange trading platform, LavaFX(TM).
Global Banking News-November 12, 2014--Russian central bank move steadies rouble