For Updated Exchange Rates Of The Ruble Click This Link... http://www.businessmediaguide.com/exchange_rates_of_the_ruble/ (Information Source: The Central Bank of the Russian Federation) Please Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel... https://www.youtube.com/Businessmediaguide/?sub_confirmation=1 Official Exchange Rates Of The Russian Ruble: 05 April 2017 USD US Dollar to Russian Ruble... JPY Japanese Yen to Russian Ruble... EUR Euro to Russian Ruble... SEK Swedish Krona to Russian Ruble... CZK Czech Koruna to Russian Ruble... CNY China Yuan to Russian Ruble forecast... TRY Turkish Lira to Russian Ruble... GBR British Pound Sterling to Russian Ruble... INR Indian Rupee to Russian Ruble... BRL Brazil Real to Russian Ruble... CAD Canadian Dollar to Russian Ruble... KRW South Korean Won to Russian Ruble... HKD Hong Kong Dollar to Russian Ruble... NOK Norwegian Krone to Russian Ruble... HUF Hungarian Forint to Russian Ruble... Ruble döviz kuru ... Обменный курс рубля ... Rubl směnný kurz ... ルーブルの為替レート... रूबल विनिमय दर ... Rubelárfolyamnak ... Rublo taxa de câmbio ... Rouble exchange prices... Russian rubles are getting expensive... Российские рубли дорожают... Rusya rublesi pahalaşıyor... Доллар падают... Dollar continues to fall in Russia... 美元在俄罗斯继续下滑
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How to get Russia visa - http://www.touristhelpline.com/how-i-got-russian-tourist-visa/ SUBSCRIBE - https://goo.gl/dEtSMJ (‘MountainTrekker’) Previous video - https://youtu.be/8yD8ENUDe1A Next video - https://youtu.be/ZD12D7VRN0o This is the first day of my Russian trip. I am in Omsk. In this video, you can see how to get a tourist sim in Russia. Also, you will come to know how to get Russian Ruble. Instead of using a money exchanger I used an ATM which had its services available in English. Surprisingly, I got an excellent exchange rate by using the ATM. I have shared the ATM's receipt and the SMS I got from my Indian bank in the video. I don't know this happened because of the Indian bank or it was a special feature of the Russian bank which owns the ATM. I can recommend this bank's ATM to every traveller as it gives a better exchange rate. In this video, there is a query about a free offer provided by the mobile operator. Watch it and reply in the comments section. If you have any other query feel free to ask at - www.facebook.com/groups/touristhelpline (It may not be possible for me to answer each and every query here, but other group members, travellers, and travel experts can help you) Other travel series - # THAILAND playlist - https://goo.gl/dOUJck # EUROPE Playlist - https://goo.gl/Tlx9mJ # BANGLADESH playlist - https://goo.gl/uw1y1v # SPITI (India) playlist - https://goo.gl/xqvvQ6 # MALAYSIA playlist - https://goo.gl/2a3doK # RUSSIA playlist - https://goo.gl/BB54T4 PLEASE SHARE THE VIDEOS AND LET OTHERS GET INFORMED ABOUT THIS CHANNEL My blog: www.touristhelpline.com INSTAGRAM.com/varunvagish FACEBOOK.com/page.mountaintrekker TWITTER.com/mttrekkerindia Subtitles Credit : ZARA SNA
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25. 01. 2019 Official Exchange Rates Of The Russian Ruble (RUB)... (Information Source: The Central Bank of the Russian Federation) 1 AUD Australian Dollar to Russian Ruble RUB 1 GBP British Pound Sterling to Russian Ruble RUB 1 USD U.S. Dollar to Russian Ruble RUB 1 EUR Euro to Russian Ruble RUB 1 TRY Turkish Lira to Russian Ruble RUB 1 CAD Canadian Dollar to Russian Ruble RUB 100 JPY Japanese Yen to Russian Ruble RUB 10 CNY China Yuan to Russian Ruble RUB 100 INR Indian Rupee to Russian Ruble RUB Обменный курс рубля ... Rus rublesi döviz kuru... Russian ruble exchange rate today... 俄羅斯盧布匯率... रूसी रूबल विनिमय दर ... ロシアルーブルの為替レート... How much is one dollar in Russia... how much is 1 dollar worth in russia... How much does one pound equal in russian ruble... Russian ruble exchange rate chart... how much is rubles in dollars... how much 1 euro in russian ruble... 1 ruble is equal to how many rupees... Russian currency forex exchange rate...
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(16 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide interior of food market 2. Mid of market traders 3. Man hands money to trader 4. Trader hands meat to man 5. Close up of roubles in hand 6. Wide of meat stall 7. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Anna (no surname given), vox pop: "I've just bought some meat and the prices have gone up. About 20 per cent at least. I have bought a shoulder of lamb and paid 540 rubles but before I paid 360 rubles." 8. Wide interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange 9. Wide of traders 10. Mid of traders 11. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "It's not very worthwhile making predictions at the present time. Everything depends on the situation in foreign markets, most of all the USA and Europe, as well as the Russian economy. And much also depends on the dollar/euro exchange rate." 12. Currency exchange board showing US dollar/ruble rate 13. Various of street with currency exchange places 14. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ivan (no surname given), vox pop: "The prices are growing, especially rent and utilities, so for us war veterans, who are over 80, I'm 88, its hard but we still hope we'll overcome this." 15. Mid of people on street 16. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Irina, schoolteacher (no surname given): "We are still waiting for the government to pay off the money they stole from us, so we can buy currency." 17. Set up shot of Oleg Zamulin, Professor of New School of Economics 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Oleg Zamulin, Professor of New School of Economics: "That process (the gradual devaluation of the ruble) has hurt the Russian economy, because the banks which expect further devaluation stop giving out loans to the economy and instead convert all of their money into dollars and expect these dollars to become more valuable in ruble terms, so until this process is over, until the devaluation is finished the banks won't go back to their natural business of giving out loans." 21. Wide of queue at bank 22. Various of people in line STORYLINE: Traders and shoppers at Moscow's Dorogomilovo market are feeling the pinch of the financial crisis. With Russia's rouble falling to a new low against the US dollar and euro, trade at the market was slow in on Friday morning. Both imported goods and local produce are getting expensive. The ruble dropped 0.4 roubles against the US dollar, to 32.6 - its lowest in the history of MICEX trade. For the first time ever, the ruble fell to 43 against the euro as the Central Bank continued a policy of controlled devaluation. The ruble has been badly bruised by declining energy prices and growing economic difficulties. It has shed more than 27 percent of its value against the US dollar since its high of 23.4 in early August. Resentment is growing on the streets of Moscow as the reality of the economic crisis hits the average Russian, some of whom are still bitter about the last crisis in the 90's. Eager to avoid losing public support, Russia's government has spent tens of (m) millions of US dollars to slow the fall of the ruble, which has ordinary Russians worried after years of economic expansion. Russia's international reserves dropped 11 percent this year, to 427 (b) billion US dollars, and down 29 (b) billion US dollars in December, the Central Bank said earlier this week. Analysts say the ruble is hurt by expectations that the price of oil - which fuels the Russian economy - will continue to fall. Until then, says Oleg Zamulin from the New School of Economics, banks will refrain from giving out loans. The Central Bank apparently wants to gradually let the ruble fall to a low beneath which it will not drop under any circumstances, economists said. Observers expect the string of near-daily devaluations to stop soon, probably within a month but possibly much You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/15f7f3e862a02c9101356d8cb8c9df47 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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For Updated Exchange Rates Of The Ruble Click This Link... http://www.businessmediaguide.com/exchange_rates_of_the_ruble/ (Information Source: The Central Bank of the Russian Federation) Official Exchange Rates Of The Russian Ruble: 14 February 2018 USD US Dollar to Russian Ruble... JPY Japanese Yen to Russian Ruble... EUR Euro to Russian Ruble... SEK Swedish Krona to Russian Ruble... CZK Czech Koruna to Russian Ruble... CNY China Yuan to Russian Ruble forecast... TRY Turkish Lira to Russian Ruble... GBR British Pound Sterling to Russian Ruble... INR Indian Rupee to Russian Ruble... BRL Brazil Real to Russian Ruble... CAD Canadian Dollar to Russian Ruble... KRW South Korean Won to Russian Ruble... HKD Hong Kong Dollar to Russian Ruble... NOK Norwegian Krone to Russian Ruble... HUF Hungarian Forint to Russian Ruble... Обменный курс рубля ... रूसी रूबल की आधिकारिक विनिमय दरों ... russian currency converter to indian rupees... रूसी रुपये कनवर्टर भारतीय रुपये ... The Russian currency exchange rate ... रूसी मुद्रा विनिमय दर ... أسعار صرف الروبل الروسي ... 俄羅斯盧布匯率... 1 dollar is equal to how many rubles... 1 ruble is equal to how many rupees... 1 euro is equal to how many rubles...
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If you're planning a trip to Russia, you need to think about the local currency and prepare some in advance. This week Firebird Tours rep Vera introduces you to each type of rubles banknote and shows you where to exchange money once you're in Russia. For more traveling tips visit: http://bit.ly/Russia_travel_tips Travel to Russia with us! http://bit.ly/Tours_to_Russia Come say 'Hi!’ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/firebirdtours/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firebirdtours/ LinkeIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/firebird-tours Twitter: https//www.twitter.com/firebirdtours Visit our websites: https://www.firebirdtours.com/ https://www.travelallrussia.com/ https://www.welcometorussia.com/ https://www.russiantrains.com/
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Russian money. Russian rubles in banknotes and coins. The last edition of Russian money which is legitimate at the moment in Russia was made in 1997. Russian rubles available as in a steel coins, as in a paper banknotes. Coins are available in an amount of 1, 2, 5 and 10 Russian rubles. All coins are almost the same but just have a different value and size. They all have just the amount of value at one side, and an image of two-headed eagle with a caption "Bank of Russia" and the year of stamping from another side. Banknotes are available in amount of 10, 50, 100, 500, 1 000 and 5 000 Russian Rubles. In differ from the coins, Russian banknotes are very different. They all have a different color schemes and images. 10 Russian Rubles (~$0.30). Colors are dark-green and dark-brown. The name of the city on a banknote is Krasnoyarks. The biggest cultural, economical and educational center in Eastern Siberia. Front side: Bridge through Yenisey, one of the largest rivers in Russia. Paraskeva Pyatnica Chapel. Back side: Krasnoyarsk Dam. It's 124 metre (407ft) high concrete gravity dam located on the Yenisey River about 30km upstream from Krasnoyarks. 50 Russian Rubles (~$1.60). Color is light-blue. The name of the city on a banknote is Saint Petersburg. Actually, the second capital of Russia. Also known as Northern capital of Russia. Front side: The sculpture that is facing Neva River on the background of Peter and Paul Fortress. Back side: The Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns. 100 Russian Rubles (~$3.00). Color is reddish-brown. The name of the city on a banknote is Moscow. The capital of Russia. Front side: Quadriga on the background of The Bolshoy Theatre. Back side: The Bolshoy Theatre. 500 Russian Rubles (~$15.00). Color is violet. The name of the city on a banknote is Archangelsk. An administrative center of an Archangelisk's Oblast. It lies on both tanks of the Northern Dvina River near it exit into the White Sea in the North of European part of Russia. Front side: Statue of Peter the First, sailing ship and Marine and River Station. Back side: The Soloversky Monastery. 1 000 Russian Rubles (~$30.00). Color is turquoise. The name of the city on a banknote is Yaroslavl. One of the oldest Russian cities based in 11th century. In 2010, Yarovlavl celebrated it's millenium - 1000's birthday. Unfortunately, it's also the city from where was the KHL hockey team "Lokomotiv" that totally died in a plane crash at the 7th of September, 2011. Front side: Yaroslav The Wise, Spasso-Preobrazhensky Monastery and Herb of Yaroslavl. Back side: Saint John The Baptist Church. 5 000 Russian Rubles (~$150.00). Color is orange. The name of the city on a banknote is Khabarovsk. The administrative center of the Far Eastern Federal District of Russia. The second largest city in the Russian Far East after Vladivostok. Front side: The Statue of General-Gouvernor Nikolay Muraviev-Amursky. Back side: Bridge through Amur river. All Russian banknotes are protected with a different features like moire pattern, water marks, infrared marks, magnet marks, relief captions, micro perforations, micro text, color changing paint and others. You Know What? Don't forget that if you have some extra rubles or dollars available, you can always send them for the sake of "Real Russia" development to our PayPal address - [email protected] http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog
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Russian President Vladimir Putin is on a tour of India Focus on his visit this time is on the point that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Russians in their midst should be forwarded the understanding made during the informal meeting held in the Sochi Society of Russia. But both the countries can try to find ways to reduce the dependence on the dollar and make any arrangement for the rupee-ruble (business currency) in Russia-currency etc. Significantly, the Indian government is disturbed by the continuous decline in the price of the rupee against the dollar. Therefore, instead of using dollars, the two countries are considering the use of rupee-rubles or any other such currency which has no US effect. Although Russia has been insisting on it for quite a while, but India has been reluctant to take it due to the fall in ruble in the past years. we has received information that the governments and businessmen of both the countries are talking about a system on the use of rupees and rubles in payment and transactions so that cooperation in economic, trade and defense sectors in both countries Continue in uninterrupted manner. Indian representative of Gasprom Bank of Russia, Mitrekkin told INDIA TODAY-Aajtak that the banking community has been demanding such a system for the last two-three years. He said that talking only on this will not work and will have to take some concrete steps. Mityekin said, 'I am quite sure that this system can be fully effective. The issue is that everyone is accustomed to working in dollars. There are structures for this, there are bank accounts and processes too. You will have to do all this in rupee-ruble, for which time and money will be spent. Prime Minister Modi and Russia's President Putin can sign up to nearly 20 agreements in defense ranges from nuclear energy, space and economy. visit - WWW.TTNNEWS.IN please subscribe for more latest updates.. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. WATCH FULL REPORT ... LIKE .. SHARE ...&. SUBSCRIBE like us on facebook by clicking - https://www.facebook.com/ttnnews/ BE UPDATED WITH LATEST BEST NEWS #ttnnews #news
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#yatridoctor This was my last day in Moscow . in this video you will see my hostel which i took in #moscow city centre and then i went to the best shopping mall i have seen in my life till now i.e GMU Shopping Mall and I will show how i did not exchanged a single dollar in Russia and just used my debit card to withdraw money from #ATM. Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/navankurchaudhary/ Facebook.com - https://www.facebook.com/navankur.chaudhary E-mail ID - [email protected] Gadgets I Use to shoot and Edit : Primary Camera - https://amzn.to/2A3fXyd Camera to Zoom (Flip Screen) - https://amzn.to/2GqFWVZ Laptop to Edit - https://amzn.to/2QAnEWV Selfie Stick - https://amzn.to/2QF3IT7 Memory Card 64 GB - https://amzn.to/2CgO5YT
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The value of the rouble is fluctuating continuously and the citizens of Moscow began converting their roubles into dollars after the rouble plummeted another six percent on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange on Wednesday, (28/9). SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 28/9 Moscow street Sign for money exchange Exchange rate sign, 2550 Roubles to the dollar Sign from different exchange bureau, 2690 Roubles to the dollar People outside Stolichny commercial bank Person withdrawing Roubles from automatic teller Queue outside bank Interior bank, exchange rates for various currency, 2500 Roubles per dollar Stacks of Roubles Machine counting dollars Various tellers, customers, money, machines counting dollars 01.12 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a5d1509e7c6cf938b8c5a72f23bbdb40 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) -- The value of the ruble has plunged against the dollar in just the last two days, even as Russia's central bank takes drastic action to try and prop up the currency. Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal breaks down what happened and what's next. -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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Russian money can be confusing for foreigners who decide to visit our country! So in this video Tanya and I will help you out by telling about Russian money, showing it to you and giving you an opportunity to practice with prices! Study English and Russian weekly! My channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/AntoniaRomaker My group - http://vk.com/RusWithPas My facebook group - http://www.facebook.com/groups/RusWithPas Support my channel - http://antoniaromaker.com/channelsupport
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Here is a recent story from RT in regards to the currency swap agreement between China and Russia. China has made the Ruble a second tier currency in local city discouraging the use the dollar. Another sign of the eastern block nations rethinking the dollar. What do you think? RT article: http://www.rt.com/business/312004-china-russia-ruble-currency/
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Dec. 16: The Russian ruble plunged past 70 to the dollar after seeing the biggest advance in 16 years earlier in the day. Bloomberg’s Tom Keene reports. --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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नमस्कार दोस्तों मै आपका इस विडियो को देखने के लिए बहुत ही धन्यवाद देता हूं दोस्त इस विडियो में आपको रूस में भारत की १ रुपए कि वैल्यू क्या है इसके बारे में बताया गया है । अगर आपको यह विडियो अच्छा लगे तो लाइक शेयर और मेरे चैनल को सब्सक्राइब जरूर करिएगा | Business Inquiries : [email protected] १ रुपए की वैल्यू क्या है रूस में ? Ruse Currency , Russia Currency , Russian Ruble , #ruse #rusecurrency #russianruble
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Do you know that the ruble is the best currency? And this is not the opinion of even the Central Bank of Russia, such message has come from overseas. US agency Bloomberg writes that "for the first three months of 2015, the Russian currency on the indicators passed from the category of the worst in the world into the category of the best, denying the forecasts of even most accurate analysts in the predictions." Bloomberg based on their observations. According to the journalists, the dependence of the ruble from oil receded. Today, the main factor in the weakening and strengthening of the Russian currency is the situation in the south-east of Ukraine. According to some analysts in London, in order to "assess the direction of movement of the ruble, investors should monitor developments in Ukraine. As due to prolonged ceasefire prospects for tighter Western sanctions decrease. According to Bloomberg, the Russian currency will only grow stronger. Since the main factors affecting its fall have already been eliminated or will soon disappear. Optimistic analysts believe that oil will continue to grow, the sanctions will be removed, and a truce in Ukraine will not be violated. However, those same analysts say that the ruble is unpredictable currency and this is a thankless job to make predictions on it.
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Financial analysts are warning that the ruble faces an uncertain future. The ruble has now dipped just under 20% in value over the last few months, while the price of oil has also fallen well below 100 dollars per barrel, a critical threshold which could leave Moscow struggling to plug the holes in its ballooning budget. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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The Russian ruble fell to its lowest level against the dollar in almost two years after the U.S. imposed new sanctions on Moscow Wednesday over the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain. Russia has denied a role using novichok, and Moscow on Thursday called the measure illegal under international law and announced retaliatory measures of its own. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports that Russians have reacted stoically to the additional sanctions. Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/russian-currency-plummets-following-new-us-sanctions/4522593.html
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(20 Jan 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - 20 January 2015 1. People walking along Moscow street past shops 2. Mid of pedestrians 3. Screens of currency exchange offices showing exchange rates 4. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexander Varlamov, Teacher and Moscow resident: "The Russian Central Bank will have a session soon. I think that the interest rate should be increased because this currency (meaning ruble) is worth nothing." 5. People walking past shops 6. People inside a bank seen behind the window 7. Currency exchange rates on a screen 8. Jewellery store exterior 9. Women inside jewellery store 10. Close-up of hands holding a ring 11. Close-up of jewellery in display case 12. Women walking along pavement 13. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Auren Khabichev, Moscow resident: "A human can survive in any circumstances, without regard to the ruble rate, I think. If it's bad we will remember the nineties and will live as we used to in the nineties. We survived those times, we know what it is. It was scary and there was not much food but we survived." 14. Pedestrians 15. Wide of street STORYLINE: The Russian ruble slid to a record low against the US dollar on Wednesday under pressure from the low oil price. The ruble traded above 80.6 to the US dollar in Moscow on Wednesday, down by more than two percent. That beat the mark of 80.1 set when the currency crashed in value in December 2014 before stabilising. Russia's economy and government revenues are suffering due to the country's dependence on oil, which has traded at 12-year lows in recent weeks because of a supply glut and the return of Iran to world markets. The ruble had come close to 80 on Monday but recovered ground on Tuesday after Chinese growth data met expectations. The Internatonal Monetary Fund predicted on Tuesday that Russia's economy would contract by one percent in 2016 after a fall of 3.7 percent last year, before returning to one percent growth next year. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: [email protected] (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7df4f835cff05942291684714bb96da3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian/Nat Russia's leading foreign currency exchange began trading the euro on Tuesday with the ruble ending slightly lower than the central bank's rate for the previous day. While Russia's commercial sector claim they will embrace the advent of the euro, financial analysts predict that the Russian economy will stay essentially dollar-controlled. The new European currency the Euro was introduced today in Russia. Moscow's currency exchange opened trading on the new currency a few weeks after the Euro's debut on the world market. Moscow's General Director of Currency Exchange Alexander Zakharov said the response to the opening of trade was very rapid. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "Within 9 seconds to be exact we already made our first trade in the Euro. It was a joint trade between Sberbank and the International Moscow Bank." SUPER CAPTION: Alexander Zakharov, General Director of Moscow Currency Exchange Although prospects for the euro look initially healthy it's not thought that the currency will overtake the U-S dollar which has long been dominant in Russia. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "All of our international sales and payments are kept in dollars so of course the dollar in the near future will continue to play a leading role in currency in the Russian financial system." SUPER CAPTION: Alexander Zakharov, General Director of Moscow Currency Exchange The delay was caused mainly by a wait for approval to trade the new currency from Russia's Central Bank. The Euro opened today at approximately 26 rubles -- comparable to the dollar which is currently at nearly 23 rubles. Besides the majority of large business transactions, most Russians keep their savings in dollars, immediately converting each ruble paycheck into dollars. At exchange houses in Moscow today, Muscovites expressed doubt that the Euro would carry much weight in Russia's dollar-oriented economy. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "I would like the ruble itself to be on a normal level, like the Euro and the Euro itself of course is not going to have much use for the regular people." SUPER CAPTION: Vladimir Vladimirov, Muscovite SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The Euro still has lots of time before it's even to be used seriously in Europe -- at least a few years. For us here in Russia the Euro is not even likely to be seen by most. For now I consider the dollar the most stable and reliable currency -- I keep all of my money in dollars, and not at the bank mind you but at home." SUPERCAPTION: Natalya Petrovna, Muscovite The Euro rate was initially set not far from today's price of 26, however Euro trading in Russia is expected to be slow as the economy runs mostly on the U-S dollar. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5295f6a5a6a2a915a0638304820ee8a9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The US dollar and, surprisingly, the Russian ruble are in high demand in the currency market. The New Year holiday is coming in Russia and many other countries. Traders are preparing for the new year of 2017 going on holidays. The Russian currency leads in the dollar-ruble pair. In Moscow, the ruble opened with a rise against the US dollar and the pair dropped to 60.21 from 60.60. Currency strategists expect the dollar-ruble pair to hit 60.10 levels. Moscow Exchange will not close on the New Year holidays, so the ruble would keep resisting the greenback. The Russian currency usually follows the crude price dynamics. Oil prices are rising on Thursday despite the report prepared by the American Petroleum Institute that showed a rise in crude stockpiles. Today, the US Energy Department will release the official crude inventories data. However, lately the market has been ignoring the statistics. Currently investors hone in on actions of OPEC and Russia on production curb. However, the ruble is supported not only by rising black gold, but also by Russia’s upbeat data. According to Markit, manufacturing business activity growth in Russia accelerated to a record level. The manufacturing PMI edged up to the 5-year high of 53.7 in December from 53.6 in November. Analysts had projected a drop in the indicator to 52. Experts say that a better economic situation in Russia is linked to an increase in production and new orders. However, the new job count is still at lows. Analysts point out that is characteristic of the start of economic upturn. As for the Russian ruble, the currency strategists consider the end of 2016 the best end for the ruble. https://www.instaforex.com/
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Recently, the ruble has been rising at a breakneck pace, so the Bank of Russia expressed concerns over such strong performance. On the back of that, the Russian currency reduced profits against its American counterpart. Thus, the dollar-ruble pair is trading at 59.81. Analysts expect the pair to reach the level of 62. However, traders shifted their focus to other events, so the Russian currency took a back seat. Nevertheless, the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump is likely to curve the path of the dollar-ruble pair, as this event has a political background connected with anti-Russian sanctions. Investors hope to learn more about prospects of economic development rather than the foreign relations which were discussed during the latest press conference. Meanwhile, the Russian central bank provided its own outlook for economic growth. Experts predict that the Russian economy can expand by 2 percent in 2017. Moreover, the inflation rate is likely to ease, and the interest rate will probably be lowered. Russia is able to recover economic growth in the nearest term if all necessary measures are taken, economists said at the Gaidar Forum. Speaking about the ruble exchange rate, analysts say that the Bank of Russia will closely monitor dynamics of the national currency. That’s why the pair is likely to come closer to the level of 61 in the nearest term. https://www.instaforex.com/
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In 2014 Russia began a coordinated destabilization of Ukraine, that lead to annexation of Crimea and pro-Russian separatists in east Ukraine. Because of this very un-western and brutal way of doing things, the west have created an array of extensive sanctions against Russia. Just as the sanctions is beginning to have an affect the oil price drops from 110 USD to 59.5 USD (-45.9%) in just 6 months. This video shows the volatility in USD/RUB, giving a good indication on how strong the market believe the Russian economy is.
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The Russian ruble continued to plunge against the US dollar for a second day, Thursday. Muscovites talked about their concerns as the currency continues to reach new record lows, falling to 82 against the dollar and 91 against the euro. SOT, Ekaterina, Moscow citizen (Russian): "I have no savings so this does not affect me, it's sad because traveling [abroad] is more complicated now. Surely, it does not make me happier." SOT, Pavel, Moscow citizen (Russian): "It's difficult for me and many others because of the decrease in the value of real estate and higher food and other household expenses impact real consumption." SOT, Sergey Lucashevich, Moscow citizen (Russian): "For sure, it is influential. I planned my holidays, I cannot say that I am used to go to Europe, but I like to go there and I go there to relax and first of all for medical treatment to Karlovy Vary, in the Czech Republic. Unfortunately, but since last year [when rouble fell rapidly] I had to cancel this idea and this opportunity." Video ID: 20160121-042 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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The Russian ruble opened the session on the Moscow Exchange with an upward correction. After the Russian ruble had hit a 22-month high against the US dollar, some traders preferred to close long positions on the ruble, locking in profits. In the early session, the dollar/ruble pair was trading near to 55.90. The recent dynamic of oil prices accounts for correction moves of the Russian currency. At present, traders are digesting rumors that Russian is likely to withdraw from the OPEC agreement on oil production cuts after it expires in June. So, investors are worried that Russia aims to ramp up oil production that could swell to the highest rates in the recent 30 years. To sum up, traders wonder if production cuts by OPEC will be enough to erode global supplies. Amid rising doubts, Brent crude benchmark grade fell to a monthly low of 51 US dollars 50 cents a barrel. Interestingly, the Russian ruble is showing resilience despite downward pressure of low oil prices. Besides, the ruble is unaffected by the likelihood that Russia’s central bank could decrease the key interest rate in the policy meeting on Friday. Being a highly risky asset, the Russian currency found solid support from Emmanuel Macron’s win in the first round of the presidential election in France. One more thing, a tax filing period in Russia ensures demand for the ruble among exporters. Under such mixed conditions, the Russian ruble is set to trade flat keeping the current trading range. https://www.instaforex.com
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T/I: 10:44:02 The value of the Russian ruble dropped sharply on Moscow's Inter-Currency Exchange on Tuesday morning (18/8), reacting badly to Monday's central bank and government decision to end its defence of the ruble and let it drift against the dollar. On Tuesday morning it stood at 6.8850 rubles to one US dollar against Monday's closing 6.4300. Ruble developments dominated the headlines in Russia's morning newspapers. The opposition parties in parliament seized the monetary policy turnaround to renew demands for President Boris Yeltsin's resignation. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA - 18/08 VS Moscow International Currency Exchange (MICEX); SOT (in English) with Charlie Ryan, United Financial Group, saying: "The government right now has a little free time, only because a lot of Russians are on vacation, August being a big month for vacations. But in the next one or two weeks we will know whether or not foreign investors are happy with the terms of GKO restructuring, short term debt restructuring. And, subsequently, we will know whether or not the government has a political will and the financial resources to keep the population calm about the falling, devalued ruble."; VS people buying newspapers; CU newspaper; SOT (in Russian) with Svetlana Petrova, shopper, saying: "The situation in our country is very difficult and unpredictable now. It's a hopeless situation, we've lost our belief in anything. Most of the people have lost their belief, it is very dangerous."; WS exterior foreign money exchange showing dollar to ruble rate CU rate; WS communist party chief Gennady Zyuganov entering press conference; CA press; SOT (in Russian) with Zyuganov, saying: "We propose the upper house and Duma overhaul the entire government structure, starting with Yeltsin's resignation and introducing amendments to the Constitution and establishing control over the executive branch at all levels."; WS press; 2.04 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5d0d9ead0eee98a0da739b08b0e7aaae Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia's currency - the ruble - hit a new all-time low on Monday, dropping about 5 percent as declining oil prices and the conflict in eastern Ukraine weighed on the country's economic prospects. The Russian currency traded at 52.75 rubles against the US dollar in morning trading on Monday after shedding 15 percent in the previous week. The ruble was also down 5 percent against the euro. Battered by low oil prices and the Ukrainian conflict, the ruble has been declining throughout the year, losing about 42 percent of this value since January. The Kremlin, which in the past supported the exchange rate by buying up the rubles, said it considered the pressure on the currency to be speculative and was happy for it to remain freely floated in markets. The price of oil, the backbone of the Russian economy, has dropped roughly 25 percent since the summer. Brent crude, an international benchmark, fell three percent on Friday and was down another one percent on Monday to 69.47 US dollars a barrel. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1929ea09c55b914016bdd1fc03e7a4fd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Traders' risk appetite is gradually recovering. Today, investors focused their attention on the Russian ruble. The US dollar/ruble currency pair reached a fresh low of 55.81. Analysts expect the pair to fall even further amid the following factors. First of all, the election in France. Centrist Emmanuel Macron became the leader of the first round of the presidential race. This news relieved the tension over possible France's withdrawal from the EU. The second reason for the ruble's growth is the upcoming meeting of the Bank of Russia on the course of the monetary policy. Elvira Nabiullina, the head of the Russian Central Bank, stated that the regulator is ready to lower the key rate by 25-50 basis points. According to her, inflation is gradually slowing down, which indicates the need to ease the monetary policy in the nearest future. Another reason for the growth of the ruble is the peak of the tax period, which falls within the 25th and 28th of April. Meanwhile, oil prices are also growing. Today Brent crude is trading at $52.43 per barrel. It is likely that the OPEC deal will be extended as all oil producers stand for further oil production cuts aimed at easing of the global oil supply glut. However, the growth of oil prices is hindered by the increase in oil production in the United States. Despite this, WTI is trading at $50.08 per barrel. The Baker Hughes North American rig count data released on Friday showed an increase in active operating oil and gas rigs, which indicates the growth in the US inventories. Currency strategists note that this week the ruble is stronger than ever. Even a fall in oil prices cannot suppress growth of the ruble against the US dollar. https://www.instaforex.com
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Today, the ruble has eased against the US dollar as market participants are awaiting the currency intervention by the Bank of Russia. Following the directive from the finance ministry, the central bank is ready to intervene in the forex market with the aim of taming the ruble rally. Recently, the Russian currency is showing strong resilience to the US dollar. Aleksandr Davydov comments: Following the euro, the ruble is also rising in value. The US dollar is losing ground ahead of the release of preliminary US GDP data for the fourth quarter. Meanwhile, investors are unwilling to make risky bets and want to see if the data is worse than expected. However, in case the GDP forecast comes true, the US dollar will strengthen to 60.75 against the ruble. End of comments Experts note Russia’s finance ministry is poised to buy dollars. The intervention will go on as long as the price of the Russian URALS crude blend trades above 40 US dollars a barrel. As for the Brent benchmark grade, it is trading today next to three-week highs. Brent crude for March delivery is now trading at 55 US dollars 71 cents a barrel, up from an intraday low of 55 dollars 60 cents earlier today. West Texas Intermediate is trading at 53 dollars 32 cents a barrel. Traders are awaiting a weekly oil rig count from Baker Hughes that is putting extra pressure on oil prices. Besides, investors are alert to the telephone conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump. The leaders are expected to speak on Saturday. Many investors believe that Mr. Trump is likely to review the sanctions on Russia. The US President will also have a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. This call will focus on relations between Russia and the West. https://www.instaforex.com
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(11 Oct 1994) The Russian currency collapsed on Tuesday (11/10). In its biggest ever one-day drop, the rouble lost a third of its value and plunged from about 3,000 roubles to the dollar to a new low of almost 4,000 roubles per dollar. 1.34 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3c77ad5ca1028ab38930e94ad232748d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Ruble bulls eased their activity today. After massive long positions on the ruble, the dollar/ruble pair is consolidating next to the intraday lows. Meanwhile, the Russian ruble has rallied to an 11-month high against the US dollar. Today, the dollar/ruble pair is next to the support level of 62.20. The market is likely to be in wait-and-see mode today as the big focus is the US jobs data tomorrow. Investors are keen to find out a change in the US nonfarm employment and a growth rate of average earnings. Currency strategists say this data could give investors a clue about further sentiment on risky assets. Experts at Credit Suisse view the Russian ruble as one of the most lucrative investments. Analysts expect the ruble to maintain the momentum. Recently, the oil rally provides the Russian currency with support. Today, Brent crude global benchmark grade is again trying to break through the resistance level of 52 US dollars a barrel. Oil is extending gains amid the news on a sharp reduction in US inventories. The US Energy Information Administration reported that domestic oil stocks fell 2.976 million barrels last week, down for the fifth straight week. The surprise drop confounded expectations for an increase of 1.750 million barrels. Traders are taking this information with a pinch of salt as growing oil prices encourage US oil drillers to resume their activity and increase shale oil production. As the global oil glut still persists, energy investors are going to exercise caution until the production freeze deal is ratified at the official OPEC meeting in November. Long-term forecasts of the oil market are overshadowed by growing geopolitical tensions between Russia and the West. Such tensions pose a threat to a further reinforcement of the Russian ruble. https://www.instaforex.com
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