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24/05 - Closed. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Minor
Base: US Dollar
Second: Russian Ruble

  • Prev. Close: 66.1799
  • Bid/Ask: 66.1799 / 66.1799
  • Day's Range: 66.1799 - 66.1799
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USD/RUB 66.1799 0.0000 0.00%
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USD/RUB Overview

Prev. Close66.1799
Bid66.1799
Day's Range66.1799 - 66.1799
Open66.1799
Ask66.1799
52 wk Range50.62 - 85.998
1-Year Return32.44%

Technical Summary

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Moving Averages Sell Strong Sell Sell Sell Buy
Technical Indicators Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Buy BUY
Summary Strong Sell Strong Sell Strong Sell Neutral Buy

USD/RUB Quotes

Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  Moscow 66.1799 66.1799 66.1799 0 0.00% RUB 24/05  
  BTC-e 64.9000 64.9000 65.2698 31,847 -0.58% RUB 05:19:03  
  FX 66.4150 66.4100 66.4200 0 0.00% RUB 05:19:01  

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Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
07:00   USD MBA 30-Year Mortgage Rate     3.82%  
07:00   USD MBA Mortgage Applications (WoW)     -1.6%  
07:00   USD MBA Purchase Index     222.0  
07:00   USD Mortgage Market Index     482.6  
07:00   USD Mortgage Refinance Index     1,991.5  
08:30   USD Goods Trade Balance (Apr)   -60.10B -56.90B  
09:00   USD FOMC Member Harker Speaks          
09:00   USD House Price Index (MoM) (Mar)   0.4% 0.4%  
09:00   USD House Price Index (YoY) (Mar)     5.6%  
09:00   USD House Price Index (Mar)     231.4  
09:45   USD Services PMI (May)     53.1 52.8  
10:30   USD Crude Oil Inventories   -2.450M 1.310M  
10:30   USD Crude Oil Imports     0.022M  
10:30   USD Cushing Crude Oil Inventories     0.461M  
10:30   USD Distillate Fuel Production     0.160M  
10:30   USD EIA Weekly Distillates Stocks   -1.083M -3.170M  
10:30   USD Gasoline Production     -0.054M  
10:30   USD Heating Oil Stockpiles     0.645M  
10:30   USD Gasoline Inventories   -1.067M -2.496M  
11:40   USD FOMC Member Kashkari Speaks          
13:00   USD 5-Year Note Auction     1.410%  
14:00   USD FOMC Member Kaplan Speaks          
Thursday, May 26, 2016
05:15   USD FOMC Member Bullard Speaks          
08:30   USD Continuing Jobless Claims   2,146K 2,152K  
08:30   USD Core Durable Goods Orders (MoM) (Apr)   0.3% -0.2%  
08:30   USD Durable Goods Orders (MoM) (Apr)   0.5% 1.3%  
08:30   USD Durables Excluding Defense (MoM) (Apr)     -1.1%  
08:30   USD Goods Orders Non Defense Ex Air (MoM) (Apr)   0.4% -0.8%  
08:30   USD Initial Jobless Claims   275K 278K  
08:30   USD Jobless Claims 4-Week Avg.     275.75K  
09:00   RUB Central Bank reserves (USD)     390.9B  
09:45   USD Bloomberg Consumer Confidence     42.6  
10:00   USD Pending Home Sales (MoM) (Apr)   0.6% 1.4%  
10:00   USD Pending Home Sales Index (Apr)     110.5  
10:30   USD Natural Gas Storage     73B  
11:00   USD KC Fed Composite Index (May)     -4  
11:00   USD KC Fed Manufacturing Index (May)   -4 -8  
12:00   USD FOMC Member Powell Speaks          
13:00   USD 7-Year Note Auction     1.634%  
 

Central Banks

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

Александр Казанцев
Александр Казанцев May 22, 2016 6:46PM GMT
wow)) non-residents also trade russian ruble))) hello guys
Manuel Cunha
NeloCunha Apr 25, 2016 6:36PM GMT
Up up, c'mon
Mikhail Leonard
Mikhail Leonard Apr 27, 2016 12:38AM GMT
Sorry but it wont go up anymore. Will go down only.
eddy kalpaski
eddy kalpaski Apr 28, 2016 10:23AM GMT
Nope, it will go down to 50 in end of june, but it will go up to 90 in the end of december.
Mikhail Leonard
Mikhail Leonard Apr 28, 2016 8:15PM GMT
eddy, any special reason why it will go back to 90 ?
eddy kalpaski
eddy kalpaski Apr 29, 2016 10:40AM GMT
It's simple, we know that RUB is very sensitive to the oil price, even too sensitive. Oil is rising, RUB is rising, too. . But how long will it go? Oil is Rising with no reason, ok maybe it's Q2 the demand is bigger, . but don't forget about US oil producer, once oil is more than 40, they will only increase
eddy kalpaski
eddy kalpaski Apr 29, 2016 10:42AM GMT
It's simple, we know that RUB is very sensitive to the oil price, even too sensitive. Oil is rising, RUB is rising, too. . But how long will it go? Oil is Rising with no reason, ok maybe it's Q2 the demand is bigger, . but don't forget about US oil producer, once oil is more than 40, they will only increase
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Dilip Rangan
Dilip Rangan Mar 24, 2016 5:49PM GMT
Russia elbowed out of the global bond market and this still holds ? Amazing.
Mikhail Leonard
Mikhail Leonard Mar 25, 2016 1:32AM GMT
Russia's currency is mainly effected by oil price, not bonds or U.S/Europe sanctions. Europe/U.S sanctions are total BS and has no effect whatsoever on Russian Federation. Why would they need Europe/USA which is barely 10% world population when they have India and China as their main clients ;-) ?
Zura Misani
Zura Misani Apr 02, 2016 11:07AM GMT
I say it also: low oil prices will put everything on his place ;)
Vladolf Putler
Vladolf Putler Apr 04, 2016 5:45PM GMT
Mikhail, whenever I feel like I need a good laugh I come down here and read your comments. Population? Lol. We are talking about economics here. Nobody cares about population. Lets look at economic power.. . GDP of EU + USA 36 trillion USD. GDP of China + India - 12 trillion USD. . And last but least: GDP of Russia - 1.9 trillion USD (lol). Yes, that is less than Italy.. . And keep dreaming that China is your buddy. China trades with everyone, mostly west of course. Russia has painted itself into corner and is now effectively Chinas ******** Only ones that are looking up to you are poverty-stricken 3rd world countries. GL building your Russkii mir.
Mikhail Leonard
Mikhail Leonard Apr 04, 2016 10:05PM GMT
Your thinking is completely wrong... Russian Federation is a country of resources and RF is willing to sell Oil and Gas to big population countries which is China and India... China and India need oil and gas for daily usage.. it doesn't matter how rich/poor they are but they need what RF has and that's the most important part and good luck with your BS about trillions of USD and even a kid knows in what situation U.S is right now with 20+ Trillion debt. LOL
Vladolf Putler
Vladolf Putler Apr 05, 2016 5:04AM GMT
Yes, Russia is country of resources. Cheap resources. I'm glad you admit the problem. And those prices won't go up much in the future. Whenever oil/gas start reaching a certain threshold (bit under 50 USD), US shale companies will restart their operations. Demand is dropping. Even with current battery technologies, according to forecasts, in year 2040 half of the new cars sold will be electric. If a breakthrough is made in battery technology, it will be much sooner. Only reason Russia is not in huge budget crisis right now is they are burning through their reserves. Those won't last forever. In regards on 20 trillion debt - this might seem like a huge amount for a Russian of course, but it is in fact just a little over 100% of US GDP. It's not ideal, but it's manageable. Many countries have debts similar to this. The main thing is, however, USA/EU are global scientific and technological leaders. Russia is a militarized authoritarian oil field.
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