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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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Stabilizing the ruble, which is one of the world's worst-performing currencies this year following the slide in oil prices and the sanctions imposed on Russia, is a priority for the country's monetary authorities.
The flipside, however, is that the tech giant has hiked the prices of its iPhones in order to mitigate the nosedive of ruble against the U.
MOSCOW: Sternly warning the West it cannot defang the metaphorical Russian bear, a confident-looking President Vladimir Putin promised Thursday to shore up the plummeting ruble and revive the economy within two years.
The ruble has lost about 42 percent of its value since January over the conflict in eastern Ukraine and the drop in the price of oil, the backbone of the Russian economy.
After all, memories of the traumatic August 1998 ruble devaluation/default, the 2008 plunge after the Lehman failure/war with Georgia and volatile Kremlin politics/high correlation to oil prices make the Russian ruble one of the world's least loved petrocurrencies.
This is an important part of the group s overall investment programme, budgeted at 42 billion rubles," it said in a statement.
Others continued to be nominally part of the ruble area, although de facto there was no longer parity between non-cash rubles in the different countries, and many countries had introduced parallel currencies.
Clinton gets to face down the ruble to save our 401(k)s.
CHICAGO, March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) plans to launch futures and options on the Russian ruble on Tuesday, April 21, at 8:00 a.
Baxter International is building a solid ruble business, producing surgical instruments with a former manufacturer of missile-guidance systems.
The "zeks" (Russian convicts) earn 200 rubles a month for their work, although the state keeps 100 rubles for "room and board" and issues the remaining 100 rubles only as credit in the prison commissary where zeks can buy cigarettes, jars of pickled cabbage, white bread and jam.