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Buzz Barometer: "Interest Rates at 9.5% Look Very Odd"
The international press was nonplussed about the Central Banks move to hike its benchmark interest rate by 150 basis points at a time of sluggish growth and private companies crying out for cheaper money to kick-start the economy.
--02-11-2014--
New Rouble Symbol?
The Russian Central Bank has put the choice of the national currency symbol to vote. Click here to find out where you can pick the future official sign of the rouble.
--26-11-2013--


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Russia Raises Interest Rates to 17% While Russian Rouble Collapses
On Monday night the Central Bank of Russia took a dramatic decision to raise interest rates from 10.5% to 17% to save the country's economy from an enormous inflation.
--16-12-2014--
Bank of Russia Ups Key Rate
The Bank of Russia decided to raise its key rate to 9.5 percent amid stagnant economy and depreciating rouble.
--02-11-2014--
Gov't Reluctant to Support Rouble
The government is not going to support the national currency and does not expect oil prices to go as low as $60 per barrel, says the Finance Ministry.
--14-10-2014--
Dollar Exchange Rate Reaches RUR 40
The Russian national currency plunged to an historic low at the Moscow Exchange, with the US dollar traded for as high as 40 roubles.
--06-10-2014--
Russian Rouble Dropped to New Low Against Dollar
The Russian national currency dropped again amid uncertainty in Ukraine and around the Yevtushenkov case involving Bashnefts stocks.
--28-09-2014--
Settlements In Roubles Between Russia And North Korea
Russia and the DPRK have agreed to begin settlements in roubles already in this month, as the Minister for Development of the Far East Aleksandr Galushka reported.
--09-06-2014--
Russian Rouble Widely Used as Currency in Crimean Capital
The Russian rouble is already accepted for settlements in Crimea, according to a report.
--23-03-2014--
Russian Military Plans Shock Stock Exchange
The events in Ukraine have sent the Russian stock market and national currency in free fall, with the biggest blue chips like Sberbank or Gazprom shrinking by an average of 15-23 percent.
--03-03-2014--
Russian Finance Minister Expects Stronger Rouble Soon
Finance Minister Anton Siluanov is certain the rouble exchange rate is bound to stabilize in the near future.
--21-02-2014--
Prices for Cars, Consumer Electronics May Jump Due to Rouble Devaluation
Cars, consumer electronics and liquor could be among the most hit categories in the wake of the rouble devaluation.
--30-01-2014--
Central Bank Picks Graphic Symbol for Russian Rouble
The Russian Central Bank has made the final choice of the national currency symbol.
--11-12-2013--
RUR 10 Trillion Missing in Budget to Deliver on Kremlin's Promises
The Russian budget is expected to lack some RUR 10 trillion, or $300 billion, until 2020 to deliver on the promises given by the authorities
--06-12-2013--
Russia's Central Bank Sells $700MN to Secure Rouble Rate
The Russian Central Bank spent $700 million on forex interventions critical to avoid volatility in April.
--15-05-2013--





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