RUB=X - USD/RUB

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in RUB
56.54
+0.26 (+0.47%)
As of 9:32PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close56.275
Open56.267
Bid56.54
Day's range56.229 - 56.567
52-week range55.5150 - 60.8113
Ask56.59
  • CNBC2 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.

  • Tyremaker Nokian flips focus after riding out Russia's ruble rout
    Reuters2 months ago

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

    VSEVOLOZHSK/HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokian Tyres , 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.

  • Market Realist6 months ago

    How Has the Ruble Performed in July 2017?

    The Russian ruble (ERUS) tends to move in line with crude oil prices (USO) (UCO).

  • Forbes6 months ago

    Survey Says: Russians Think Ruble Is Going Lower Versus The Dollar

    Russians growing bearish on their own currency, but prefer rubles over dollars and euros.

  • The Russian ruble is climbing
    Business Insider7 months ago

    The Russian ruble is climbing

    The Russian ruble is climbing as oil prices regain their footing. The petro-currency was up by 0...

  • The ruble is ticking back up
    Business Insider7 months ago

    The ruble is ticking back up

    The Russian ruble is ticking higher on Wednesday, reversing some of its losses from the...

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Dollar rebounds on dip-buying, ruble surges on adjusted Russian sanctions

    The U.S. dollar rebounded from its weakest level against a basket of major rivals since mid-November on views that the greenback's longer-term upward trend remained intact, while the ruble surged after the U.S. Treasury adjusted sanctions on a Russian spy agency. Analysts said U.S. yields would remain more attractive than yields on other countries' bonds given the likelihood of steady interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve this year, while superior U.S. economic growth would also underpin the greenback. "I personally would be a dollar-dip buyer," said Greg Anderson, global head of foreign exchange strategy at BMO Capital Markets in New York.