EUR/RUB - Euro Russian Ruble

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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Russian Ruble

  • Prev. Close: 49.776
  • Bid/Ask: 49.693 / 49.860
  • Day's Range: 49.776 - 49.813
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EUR/RUB Overview

Prev. Close49.776
Day's Range49.776 - 49.813
52 wk Range40.138 - 51.103

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Time: Apr 16, 2014 06:23PM (GMT -5:00, DST On)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Wednesday, April 16
04:00   EUR Current Account 21.9B 22.3B 25.4B
04:00   EUR Current Account n.s.a. 13.9B   7.0B
04:00   EUR Italian Trade Balance 2.620B 1.270B 0.360B
04:00   EUR Italian Trade Balance EU 1.25B   1.26B
05:00   EUR Core CPI (YoY) 0.7% 0.8% 1.0%  
05:00   EUR Core CPI (MoM) 1.5%   0.5%  
05:00   EUR CPI (YoY) 0.5% 0.5% 0.5%  
05:00   EUR CPI (MoM) 0.9% 1.0% 0.3%  
05:35   EUR German 10-Year Bund Auction 1.490%   1.580%  
Thursday, April 17
02:00   EUR German PPI (MoM)   0.1% 0.0%  
02:00   EUR German PPI (YoY)   -0.7% -0.9%  
03:30   EUR Dutch Unemployment Rate   8.8% 8.8%  
09:00   EUR Belgium Consumer Confidence   -7 -8  

Central Banks

European Central Bank (ECB)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
President Mario Draghi
Central Bank of the Russian ... (CBR)
Current Rate 7.00%
Chairman Sergey M. Ignatiev
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Alex Fuste
Alex Fuste Mar 06, 2014 12:52PM GMT
Several reasons make me think that the rubble should appreciate (and only one, though a strong one, suggest further declines).. Within the positive factors are (1) Fx reserves equivalent to a 22% of GDP against a public external debt of just 2.8%, bringing the coverage coefficient to an astonishing 7.8 times (very few countries are in such a strong position). This simply eliminates the possibility of tensions in the BOP (balance of Payments), where EM are typically weak.. (2) Total public debt of just 12% points to a 100% probability of Russia honoring its debt, thus, an 8.5% yield in the 10 year bond has little sense (fundamentally). Yes, inflation is still high but all the deflationary forces are in place globally (massive investment in the commodities universe in the last decade ensures stable or declining prices, internationalization of RMB ensures more production in low labor-cost economies such as Vietnam, Cambodia, ZIRP will continue discouraging productive investments and thus reducing potential GDPs). Thus, inflation will decline, even in Russia. The problem comes with investor's fears about the unpredictability of Mr Putin (the question here is whether recent movements are certainly dangerous or calculated ones). Do not know.

Sharon Savore
Sharon Savore Mar 01, 2014 08:38PM GMT
Ruble will start going down towards 45 even 43 and 41 are possible, due to. necessity to balance against falldown of the Russian currency. Plus, Putin is . strong enough to stand behind his words and not let his people go bankrupt... So here we go, starting from 1.3.14 all the way down to 43 Rubles per Euro!
Ildar Yakupov
Ildar Yakupov Mar 03, 2014 05:26AM GMT
Sharon, what is the basis for ruble going back down to 43-41?. Economical recession in Russia is ongoing, oil prices are about to go down, pre war condition in Ukraine can cause further drop of rub.. You think rub will go down in next 12 months? Could you please clarify.

Lorenzo Campi
Lorenzo Campi Sep 13, 2013 02:06PM GMT
Ruble is destined to 45.5-46.5.
Ben Bernanke
Ben Bernanke Oct 07, 2013 11:39PM GMT
Ildar Yakupov
Ildar Yakupov Feb 21, 2014 10:37AM GMT
Lorenzo, do you have any forecast on ruble for next 1-12 months??
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