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ROUBLE. The name of a coin. The rouble of Russia, as money of account, is deemed and taken at the custom-house, to be of the value of seventy-five cents. Act March 3, 1843.

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During 2014, our clients were affected by an economic slowdown and tough geopolitical environment, as well as by the rapid depreciation of the rouble and subsequent spike in interest rates.
Figures showed that the bank had sold USD76bn in order to prop up the rouble in 2014.
However, there is an uncertainty how rouble will develop.
5 per cent on Thursday to prop up the rouble but failed to stop the currency sinking to a new low.
This consideration comes against the backdrop of a weakening of the rouble on March 3 to RUB 36.
The drop was due to foreign exchange losses as a result of the rouble weakening -- amounting to a 55 billion rouble forex loss on its debt obligations in the second quarter, compared with an 11 billion roubles loss in the first.
He said that the rouble has been stable over the past three or four years against the euro and the dollar.
MINSK, March 29, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Belarus central bank cut its main interest rate for the third time this year on Wednesday, to 36 percent from 38 percent, reflecting an easing of pressure on its rouble and prices after a currency crisis last year.
As a result of the 35% depreciation of the rouble over this period, prices in dollar terms decreased by 12% from $2.
Only on May 22, 1993, did he report that the IMF "had changed its position of encouraging the former Soviet states to remain in the rouble zone.
Other shops closed their doors completely amid uncertainty over how much to charge as the rouble disappeared from international money markets.
The rouble dived again as Central Bank support for the Russian currency faltered.