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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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Moscow: The weighted average interest rate on housing mortgage loans (HML) in rubles remained in March 2018 on a downward path.
The ruble dropped sharply as markets opened in Moscow and shortly after 2 p.m.
The slide in the ruble this year has made that more difficult.
The ruble was around 9 percent firmer against the dollar in volatile trading, with the market also boosted by central bank plans to ease concerns over approaching external debt repayments by Russian firms and stabilize the ruble.
Finance Minister Anton Siluanov on Monday said the government is looking for measures to stimulate economic growth in Russia, including the ruble's weakening.
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MegaFon-Moscow, an operator in Russia, has revealed that from January 2006, its tariffs will be moved entirely to the local ruble currency and no longer offered in dollars.
Ruble (Cambridge and New York: Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Some countries moved quickly to introduce their own currencies; the Baltic countries were in the lead, with the ruble being withdrawn around the middle of 1992.
They have assumed the former Soviet debt and taken steps to ensure the convertibility of the ruble. They have created at least the rudiments of a legal infrastructure and moved to guarantee the security of foreign investment.
"The ruble really isn't money, in the sense we think of it in the West," Potvin explained.
The reason quoted for the abrupt closing down of the website was falling Russian currency ruble. But now, Apple's online store is up and running in Russia.