RUB=X - USD/RUB

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in RUB
63.4643
-0.1437 (-0.2259%)
At close: 10:30PM BST
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Previous Close63.608
Open63.625
Bid63.464
Day's Range62.534 - 63.764
52 Week Range54.3243 - 64.9400
Ask63.474
  • The Trump – Putin Helsinki Show
    FX Empire4 days ago

    The Trump – Putin Helsinki Show

    Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin meeting in Helsinki was more of a show than a political event. Yet, there were a number of key takeaways that the two managed to achieve.

  • Dollar extends slide amid Trump-Putin summit, ahead of Powell testimony
    MarketWatch5 days ago

    Dollar extends slide amid Trump-Putin summit, ahead of Powell testimony

    The U.S. dollar weakens against its major rival currencies on Monday, as traders sell dollars amid a closely watched summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  • Turkish Lira and Russian Ruble Technical View
    FX Empire2 months ago

    Turkish Lira and Russian Ruble Technical View

    Key PointsUSDTRY Record HighsUSDRUB Fresh Bearish Kumo BreakoutTurkish Lira (USD/TRY) Technical Analysis

  • Volatile ruble encourages McDonald's to cook up Russian fries
    Reuters3 months ago

    Volatile ruble encourages McDonald's to cook up Russian fries

    French fries at McDonald's restaurants from Moscow to Murmansk will be Russian from now on, as the American fast-food chain turns to homegrown potatoes to deal with rouble volatility caused by fluctuating oil prices and Western sanctions. McDonald's Corp (MCD.N), which opened in Russia in 1990 as the Soviet Union collapsed, has been gradually turning to local ingredients in its Russian outlets for everything from Big Macs to chicken burgers since it opened its doors there. "There was no potato which would suit us in terms of quality - color, taste, size – these are all the details that are important for us," Khamzat Khasbulatov, chairman of McDonald's Russia, told Reuters.

  • Volatile ruble encourages McDonald's to cook up Russian fries
    Reuters3 months ago

    Volatile ruble encourages McDonald's to cook up Russian fries

    By Maria Kiselyova LIPETSK, Russia (Reuters) - French fries at McDonald's restaurants from Moscow to Murmansk will be Russian from now on, as the American fast-food chain turns to homegrown potatoes to deal with rouble volatility caused by fluctuating oil prices and Western sanctions. McDonald's Corp , which opened in Russia in 1990 as the Soviet Union collapsed, has been gradually turning to local ingredients in its Russian outlets for everything from Big Macs to chicken burgers since it opened its doors there. "There was no potato which would suit us in terms of quality - color, taste, size – these are all the details that are important for us," Khamzat Khasbulatov, chairman of McDonald's Russia, told Reuters.

  • Investing.com3 months ago

    Crude Oil Prices Settle Higher as Traders Eye Draw in US Crude Supplies

    Investing.com - Crude oil prices struggled for direction but settle higher as investor focus shifted to U.S. crude inventory data expected to show a draw in domestic oil supplies.

  • CNBC3 months ago

    Russia sanctions could trigger the next 'big sell-off' for the ruble, currency expert says

    More sanctions on Russia are likely to trigger a further sell-off in the ruble, according to one currency expert.

  • Russia sanctions could trigger the next 'big sell-off' for the ruble, currency expert says
    CNBC3 months ago

    Russia sanctions could trigger the next 'big sell-off' for the ruble, currency expert says

    More sanctions on Russia are likely to trigger a further sell-off in the ruble, according to one currency expert.

  • CNBC3 months ago

    Russian stocks, ruble jump after report Trump halted further sanctions

    Russian stocks trading in the U.S. and the ruble jumped after a report that President Trump would not extend further economic sanctions on Russia for now.

  • Trump appears to be mad at China, Russia, or the Fed
    Yahoo Finance3 months ago

    Trump appears to be mad at China, Russia, or the Fed

    President Donald Trump is upset about something. In a tweet Monday morning, Trump fired off a somewhat perplexing thought about China, Russia, currency devaluation, and U.S. monetary policy. “Russia and China are playing the Currency Devaluation game as the U.S. keeps raising interest rates,” Trump said.

  • Russia finance minister expects ruble to firm to 58-60 verses dollar: RIA
    Reuters3 months ago

    Russia finance minister expects ruble to firm to 58-60 verses dollar: RIA

    Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Saturday he expected the ruble to recover to 58-60 against the U.S. dollar, RIA state news agency reported. Siluanov said that the ruble rate of 58-60 per dollar was an "equilibrium" exchange rate for months and still looks justified given today's oil prices, RIA reported. The ruble has shed 7 percent of its value against the U.S. dollar in the last week, taking a hit from a new round of U.S. sanctions that triggered a sell-off across Russian markets.

  • CNBC3 months ago

    Ruble falls to November 2016 low after Trump raises stakes with Russia over Syria

    Russia’s currency is also under heavy pressure following fresh sanctions last week.

  • US Dollar Firms after Fed’s Minutes, The Latvian Crisis and the British Pound Strength
    FX Empire5 months ago

    US Dollar Firms after Fed’s Minutes, The Latvian Crisis and the British Pound Strength

    FXEmpire’s analyst Bob Mason discusses the USD, the Latvian banking crisis and UK-EU relations after an eventful few weeks in the markets.

  • CNBC8 months ago

    Ruble tanks on report Flynn to link Trump directly to Russia probe

    While the U.S. dollar index fell sharply Friday after Michael Flynn's guilty plea, the greenback did rally against one currency: the Russian ruble.

  • Ruble Suffers Biggest Drop in More Than a Year
    FX Empire8 months ago

    Ruble Suffers Biggest Drop in More Than a Year

    The Russian ruble seems to have run out of luck. Yesterday, the currency lost 1.5% against the dollar and 2.5% against the euro, with this drop coming in as a result of several negative factors. The API reported an increase in oil inventories, which may be confirmed later in the day in the official report. … Continue reading Ruble Suffers Biggest Drop in More Than a Year

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Tyremaker Nokian flips focus after riding out Russia's ruble rout

    VSEVOLOZHSK/HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokian Tyres (NRE1V.HE), which supported earnings during Russia's ruble crisis by boosting exports from the country, is flipping strategy as the economy rebounds. The Finnish firm, which makes most of its tyres in Russia, is now expanding production there to supply the local market while cutting exports. It also plans to open a factory in the United States which will further reduce the need for Russian supplies to go overseas.