USD/RUB - US Dollar Russian Ruble

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78.3558 -1.2359    -1.55%
12/02 - Closed. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Minor
Base: US Dollar
Second: Russian Ruble

  • Prev. Close: 79.5917
  • Bid/Ask: 78.3558 / 78.3558
  • Day's Range: 78.1602 - 79.7666
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USD/RUB 78.3558 -1.2359 -1.55%
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USD/RUB Overview

Prev. Close79.5917
Day's Range78.1602 - 79.7666
52 wk Range48.792 - 85.998
1-Year Return20.04%

USD/RUB Quotes

Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  Moscow 78.3558 78.3558 78.3558 0 -1.55% RUB 12/02  
  BTC-e 75.3673 74.9600 75.3673 20,464 -0.88% RUB 12:49:30  
  FX 78.3150 78.3100 78.3200 0 -2.36% RUB 12/02  

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Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.50%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen
Central Bank of the Russian ... (CBR)
Current Rate 11.00%
Chairman Elvira Nabiullina

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Latest USD/RUB Comments

Ivan Chelovekov
Ivan Chelovekov 2 hours ago
Here are you some new commodities
Mikhail Leonard
Mikhail Leonard 23 hours ago
@Allan Parker, Let me make it super clear for you, it's not only Russian Federation who is suffering... If you go out of the box and look closely what's going on in world economy then you would realize that it's not only Russia (To be honest - Russian Federation is in perfect condition if you compare it with many other countries). This is mostly because of Crude oil drop which damaged world economy.. Dropped from $120 to $28 and that's the reason of it. Saudi Arabia lost over 100Billion USD and will be bankrupt within 2-3 years. Venezuela with over 700% inflation, Qatar, UAE, Kuwait, Iraq, Iran and 10s of other countries are effected and you are the only one always jumping on Russian Federation. Russia is not suffering because of Mr.Putin. it's because of crude oil drop... 2/3 of US shale are bankrupt already and you are only talking about Russia... At least find out what's going on in the U.S first with 19T+ debt! Every single American is under debt of minimum 60K+ USD
Ivan Chelovekov
Ivan Chelovekov 2 hours ago
@Mikhail I do agree. Just for information: McDonalds BigMac costs here in Russia $1.4 how much does it cost in US? $5?
Shaban Elganduz
Shaban Elganduz Feb 11, 2016 2:30PM GMT
guys. ruble will fly from today till the end of the year and will keep dancing between 80&100
Alexey Tikhonov
Alexey Tikhonov Feb 11, 2016 3:11PM GMT
Ivan Chelovekov
Ivan Chelovekov Feb 12, 2016 9:22AM GMT
@Alexey It is simple.. Just because Shaban said.
Zura Misani
Zura Misani 23 hours ago
Because Russians sell only commodities and produce nothing except weapons, hate, problems and harm....
Ivan Chelovekov
Ivan Chelovekov 2 hours ago
@Zara u probably don't know but.. during 2015 oil and gas was the only 45% of GDP. Concerning hate, harm and problems.. What r u talking about? Clown.. I suppose u r from Georgia isn't it? Russia did allow you to exit USSR without problems and made a lot of gifts... at the same time Georgia didn't allow Abkhazia to exit Georgia.. Was that fair?
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