rouble


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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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However, there is an uncertainty how rouble will develop.
The Rouble has been pressured for months by falling oil prices, dollar strength and broad risk aversion to Russian assets due to Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.
The effects on the credit profiles of Moody's rated Russian corporates would be positive to neutral under the scenario of a sustained 10% drop in the rouble to around RUB 36.
Global Banking News-October 18, 2013--Russian central bank expects rouble to be stable(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
He said that the rouble has been stable over the past three or four years against the euro and the dollar.
MINSK, March 29, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Belarus central bank cut its main interest rate for the third time this year on Wednesday, to 36 percent from 38 percent, reflecting an easing of pressure on its rouble and prices after a currency crisis last year.
Other shops closed their doors completely amid uncertainty over how much to charge as the rouble disappeared from international money markets.
The rouble dived again as Central Bank support for the Russian currency faltered.
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).
The drop was due to foreign exchange losses as a result of the rouble weakening -- amounting to a 55 billion rouble forex loss on its debt obligations in the second quarter, compared with an 11 billion roubles loss in the first.
As we demonstrate in this note, the rouble has maintained a rather tight correlation with the oil price over approximately the past 10 years.
Interfax news agency earlier this week quoted a Belarussian source as saying Belarus had asked Russia for a 100 billion rouble loan as a pre-condition for switching to Russian roubles in bilateral trade.