russian ruble

Russian ruble hit record low since 1998

On January 20, on the Moscow Stock Exchange Russian currency hit new low - 90 rubles per dollar and 82 rubles per euro. The euro was more expensive only in mid-December 2014, and the dollar - only before the denomination of the

Russian ruble dropped to December 2014 low as oil prices decline

The Russian ruble exchange rate against US dollar on the Moscow Stock Exchange during Monday’s session lost 1.58 rubles compared to the previous closing. Thus, dollar amounted to 79.18 rubles per dollar, surpassing the mark of 79 rubles for the first time

Russian ruble continue to decline on Monday

Monday evening, the price of Brent crude dropped below $37 a barrel and the ruble lost all achievements of 2015: previous minimum was recorded on January 30, 2015 at 71.847 rubles per dollar, reports with reference to Reuters. At 17:00 today,

Russian ruble renewed the historical record of devaluation since 1998

The Bank of Russia raised the official exchange rate of the US dollar against the ruble on December 16 to the level of ₽70.8295. This is the highest value since the devaluation of the ruble in 1998 As part of the official