RUB=X - USD/RUB

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in RUB
65.3426
-0.0044 (-0.0067%)
As of 11:30PM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close65.347
Open65.327
Bid65.343
Day's Range65.287 - 65.355
52 Week Range54.3243 - 70.6017
Ask65.353
  • Rigzone.com26 days ago

    Russia's Biggest Oil Producers Enjoy Record Production and Ruble Rally

    Russia's oil and gas companies are living through the best of times.

  • Associated Presslast month

    Russian Central Bank hikes interest rate to shore up ruble

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's Central Bank has hiked its key interest rate for the first time in nearly four years, moving to shore up the ruble amid increasing risks of U.S. sanctions.

  • Associated Press2 months ago

    Russian ruble tremors continue on sanctions fears

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian Central Bank said Thursday it will halt foreign currency purchases, a move that helped the ruble to recover from its lowest level against the dollar since 2016.

  • Market Exclusive2 months ago

    Market Morning: Imploding Turkey, Harley Boycott, Tesla Privatization Hullabaloo

    Banks, Global Stocks Fall as Turkey Implodes After Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan published an op-ed in the New York Times about how Turkey may start looking for new friends to replace its alliance with the United States, holders of Turkish Lira decided they didn’t quite want to hold it anymore. The Lira/Dollar exchange rate […] The post Market Morning: Imploding Turkey, Harley Boycott, Tesla Privatization Hullabaloo appeared first on Market Exclusive.

  • Geopolitical, Domestic Events Drive Higher-Risk Currencies Sharply Lower
    FX Empire2 months ago

    Geopolitical, Domestic Events Drive Higher-Risk Currencies Sharply Lower

    The New Zealand Dollar closed sharply lower against the U.S. Dollar last week after the Reserve Bank unexpectedly committed to keep interest rates at record lows through to 2020 on disappointing economic activity. The Reserve Bank of Australia wasn’t as dovish as the RBNZ, nonetheless, the Australian Dollar weakened as the central bank showed no intention of raising rates over the near future. The Dollar/Yen was under pressure last week on trade tensions and on revelations the Bank of Japan is under pressure to move away from its accommodative policy. Geopolitical tensions in Turkey drove the Lira sharply lower, causing investors to dump higher-yielding currencies like the Euro, Australian and New Zealand Dollars. Money then flowed into the safe-haven U.S. Dollar and Japanese Yen.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Dow tumbles more than 200 points as a currency crisis in Turkey rattles Wall Street

    MARKET PULSE U.S. stock-index benchmarks slumped to start Friday trade, tracking a global equity retreat fueled by a mounting currency crisis in Turkey, which raised the alarm for possible contagion into other markets.

  • Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday
    Investing.com2 months ago

    Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday

    Investing.com - Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Friday, August 10:

  • Dollar Slips; Russian Ruble Drops Amid Fresh Sanctions on Moscow
    Investing.com2 months ago

    Dollar Slips; Russian Ruble Drops Amid Fresh Sanctions on Moscow

    Investing.com - The U.S. dollar slipped on Friday after rising overnight to near a 13-month high, while the Russian Ruble fell on news that Washington is planning to impose fresh sanctions on Moscow.

  • New Zealand dollar leads G-10 losers as greenback gains strength
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    New Zealand dollar leads G-10 losers as greenback gains strength

    The New Zealand dollar sees a sharp move down against the U.S. currency on Thursday in response to a dovish message from its central bank.

  • Dollar rises with focus on trade, economy; ruble, lira plunge
    Reuters2 months ago

    Dollar rises with focus on trade, economy; ruble, lira plunge

    The greenback has the upper hand over emerging market currencies in a trade war scenario, analysts said, and tariffs may actually narrow the U.S. trade deficit. The pound is weakening as investors ramp up bets that Britain will leave the European Union without an agreement with Brussels on their future relationship. "Higher consumer prices, which are on the cards, would be supportive of both the dollar and the Federal Reserve, raising rates further this year," said Joe Manimbo, senior market analyst at Western Union Business Solutions in Washington.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    FOREX-Dollar rises with focus on trade, economy; ruble, lira plunge

    The greenback has the upper hand over emerging market currencies in a trade war scenario, analysts said, and tariffs may actually narrow the U.S. trade deficit. "Higher consumer prices, which are on the cards, would be supportive of both the dollar and the Federal Reserve, raising rates further this year," said Joe Manimbo, senior market analyst at Western Union Business Solutions in Washington. The dollar's gains, however, have been more pronounced against emerging market currencies because an escalation in the U.S.-China trade war would hit their export-oriented economies harder.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. sanctions slam Russian ruble, Turkey's lira tumbles

    New U.S. sanctions drove down Russia's ruble, while worries that Turkey was sliding into a full-blown economic crisis battered the lira on Thursday, but global equity markets largely shrugged off these events to edge higher. The Russian ruble slid 1 percent after Washington said it would impose fresh sanctions because it had determined that Moscow had used a nerve agent against a former Russian agent and his daughter in Britain, which the Kremlin denies. The ruble slid to its lowest since late 2016, hitting 66.7099 rubles to the dollar and leaving it, after a second day of declines, more than 4 percent weaker than it had been late on Tuesday.

  • Russian ruble drops to 2-year low as further sanctions spell trouble
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Russian ruble drops to 2-year low as further sanctions spell trouble

    The Russian ruble drops more than 3% against the U.S. dollar Wednesday and extends its dive to a 2-year low on Thursday, as further U.S. sanctions appear at the horizon.

  • Turkish Lira Hits Fresh Record Low Against Dollar, Annual Decline Tops 50%
    Investing.com2 months ago

    Turkish Lira Hits Fresh Record Low Against Dollar, Annual Decline Tops 50%

    Investing.com - The Turkish lira continued its decline on Thursday, bringing year-to-date losses against the dollar to more than 50%, as meetings between Turkish and U.S. officials produced few results.

  • CNBC2 months ago

    Russia’s ruble plunges on US sanctions news

    The dollar is up 5.8 percent against the Russian currency since the end of July, and up 14.6 percent since the start of this year.

  • Dollar retreats as commodity currencies bounce; Turkish lira plummets
    MarketWatch3 months ago

    Dollar retreats as commodity currencies bounce; Turkish lira plummets

    The U.S. dollar softens against most of its major rivals Tuesday afternoon in New York, as commodity prices bounce higher and gave related currencies room to climb.

  • Russian Hackers Invaded Control Rooms of U.S. Power Companies, President Trump Warns Iran
    FX Empire3 months ago

    Russian Hackers Invaded Control Rooms of U.S. Power Companies, President Trump Warns Iran

    The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that hackers from a Russian state-sponsored group invaded the control rooms of U.S. power companies. Tension grows between the US and Iran after President Trump warns the Iranian President.

  • The Trump – Putin Helsinki Show
    FX Empire3 months 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.

  • Turkish Lira and Russian Ruble Technical View
    FX Empire5 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
    Reuters6 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
    Reuters6 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.com6 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.