If you're planning a trip to Russia, you need to think about the local currency and prepare some in advance. This week Firebird Tours rep Vera introduces you to each type of rubles banknote and shows you where to exchange money once you're in Russia. For more traveling tips visit: http://bit.ly/Russia_travel_tips Travel to Russia with us! http://bit.ly/Tours_to_Russia Come say 'Hi!’ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/firebirdtours/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firebirdtours/ LinkeIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/firebird-tours Twitter: https//www.twitter.com/firebirdtours Visit our websites: https://www.firebirdtours.com/ https://www.travelallrussia.com/ https://www.welcometorussia.com/ https://www.russiantrains.com/
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Russian President Vladimir Putin explained the rouble exchange rate to one of the students of the Sirius Educational Centre for gifted children during a visit to the institute in Sochi, Tuesday. The eleven-year old boy named Denis asked the Russian leader what happened to the Russian currency and why goods were relatively more expensive, with Putin replying that exports becoming cheaper is good for the Russian economy. Video ID: 20150901-108 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
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How to get Russia visa - http://www.touristhelpline.com/how-i-got-russian-tourist-visa/ SUBSCRIBE - https://goo.gl/dEtSMJ (‘MountainTrekker’) Previous video - https://youtu.be/8yD8ENUDe1A Next video - https://youtu.be/ZD12D7VRN0o This is the first day of my Russian trip. I am in Omsk. In this video, you can see how to get a tourist sim in Russia. Also, you will come to know how to get Russian Ruble. Instead of using a money exchanger I used an ATM which had its services available in English. Surprisingly, I got an excellent exchange rate by using the ATM. I have shared the ATM's receipt and the SMS I got from my Indian bank in the video. I don't know this happened because of the Indian bank or it was a special feature of the Russian bank which owns the ATM. I can recommend this bank's ATM to every traveller as it gives a better exchange rate. In this video, there is a query about a free offer provided by the mobile operator. Watch it and reply in the comments section. If you have any other query feel free to ask at - www.facebook.com/groups/touristhelpline (It may not be possible for me to answer each and every query here, but other group members, travellers, and travel experts can help you) Other travel series - # THAILAND playlist - https://goo.gl/dOUJck # EUROPE Playlist - https://goo.gl/Tlx9mJ # BANGLADESH playlist - https://goo.gl/uw1y1v # SPITI (India) playlist - https://goo.gl/xqvvQ6 # MALAYSIA playlist - https://goo.gl/2a3doK # RUSSIA playlist - https://goo.gl/BB54T4 PLEASE SHARE THE VIDEOS AND LET OTHERS GET INFORMED ABOUT THIS CHANNEL My blog: www.touristhelpline.com INSTAGRAM.com/varunvagish FACEBOOK.com/page.mountaintrekker TWITTER.com/mttrekkerindia Subtitles Credit : ZARA SNA
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Russian money. Russian rubles in banknotes and coins. The last edition of Russian money which is legitimate at the moment in Russia was made in 1997. Russian rubles available as in a steel coins, as in a paper banknotes. Coins are available in an amount of 1, 2, 5 and 10 Russian rubles. All coins are almost the same but just have a different value and size. They all have just the amount of value at one side, and an image of two-headed eagle with a caption "Bank of Russia" and the year of stamping from another side. Banknotes are available in amount of 10, 50, 100, 500, 1 000 and 5 000 Russian Rubles. In differ from the coins, Russian banknotes are very different. They all have a different color schemes and images. 10 Russian Rubles (~$0.30). Colors are dark-green and dark-brown. The name of the city on a banknote is Krasnoyarks. The biggest cultural, economical and educational center in Eastern Siberia. Front side: Bridge through Yenisey, one of the largest rivers in Russia. Paraskeva Pyatnica Chapel. Back side: Krasnoyarsk Dam. It's 124 metre (407ft) high concrete gravity dam located on the Yenisey River about 30km upstream from Krasnoyarks. 50 Russian Rubles (~$1.60). Color is light-blue. The name of the city on a banknote is Saint Petersburg. Actually, the second capital of Russia. Also known as Northern capital of Russia. Front side: The sculpture that is facing Neva River on the background of Peter and Paul Fortress. Back side: The Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns. 100 Russian Rubles (~$3.00). Color is reddish-brown. The name of the city on a banknote is Moscow. The capital of Russia. Front side: Quadriga on the background of The Bolshoy Theatre. Back side: The Bolshoy Theatre. 500 Russian Rubles (~$15.00). Color is violet. The name of the city on a banknote is Archangelsk. An administrative center of an Archangelisk's Oblast. It lies on both tanks of the Northern Dvina River near it exit into the White Sea in the North of European part of Russia. Front side: Statue of Peter the First, sailing ship and Marine and River Station. Back side: The Soloversky Monastery. 1 000 Russian Rubles (~$30.00). Color is turquoise. The name of the city on a banknote is Yaroslavl. One of the oldest Russian cities based in 11th century. In 2010, Yarovlavl celebrated it's millenium - 1000's birthday. Unfortunately, it's also the city from where was the KHL hockey team "Lokomotiv" that totally died in a plane crash at the 7th of September, 2011. Front side: Yaroslav The Wise, Spasso-Preobrazhensky Monastery and Herb of Yaroslavl. Back side: Saint John The Baptist Church. 5 000 Russian Rubles (~$150.00). Color is orange. The name of the city on a banknote is Khabarovsk. The administrative center of the Far Eastern Federal District of Russia. The second largest city in the Russian Far East after Vladivostok. Front side: The Statue of General-Gouvernor Nikolay Muraviev-Amursky. Back side: Bridge through Amur river. All Russian banknotes are protected with a different features like moire pattern, water marks, infrared marks, magnet marks, relief captions, micro perforations, micro text, color changing paint and others. You Know What? Don't forget that if you have some extra rubles or dollars available, you can always send them for the sake of "Real Russia" development to our PayPal address - [email protected] http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog
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The value of the rouble is fluctuating continuously and the citizens of Moscow began converting their roubles into dollars after the rouble plummeted another six percent on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange on Wednesday, (28/9). SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 28/9 Moscow street Sign for money exchange Exchange rate sign, 2550 Roubles to the dollar Sign from different exchange bureau, 2690 Roubles to the dollar People outside Stolichny commercial bank Person withdrawing Roubles from automatic teller Queue outside bank Interior bank, exchange rates for various currency, 2500 Roubles per dollar Stacks of Roubles Machine counting dollars Various tellers, customers, money, machines counting dollars 01.12 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a5d1509e7c6cf938b8c5a72f23bbdb40 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian money can be confusing for foreigners who decide to visit our country! So in this video Tanya and I will help you out by telling about Russian money, showing it to you and giving you an opportunity to practice with prices! Study English and Russian weekly! My channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/AntoniaRomaker My group - http://vk.com/RusWithPas My facebook group - http://www.facebook.com/groups/RusWithPas Support my channel - http://antoniaromaker.com/channelsupport
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For Updated Exchange Rates Of The Ruble Click This Link... http://www.businessmediaguide.com/exchange_rates_of_the_ruble/ (Information Source: The Central Bank of the Russian Federation) Official Exchange Rates Of The Russian Ruble: 14 February 2018 USD US Dollar to Russian Ruble... JPY Japanese Yen to Russian Ruble... EUR Euro to Russian Ruble... SEK Swedish Krona to Russian Ruble... CZK Czech Koruna to Russian Ruble... CNY China Yuan to Russian Ruble forecast... TRY Turkish Lira to Russian Ruble... GBR British Pound Sterling to Russian Ruble... INR Indian Rupee to Russian Ruble... BRL Brazil Real to Russian Ruble... CAD Canadian Dollar to Russian Ruble... KRW South Korean Won to Russian Ruble... HKD Hong Kong Dollar to Russian Ruble... NOK Norwegian Krone to Russian Ruble... HUF Hungarian Forint to Russian Ruble... Обменный курс рубля ... रूसी रूबल की आधिकारिक विनिमय दरों ... russian currency converter to indian rupees... रूसी रुपये कनवर्टर भारतीय रुपये ... The Russian currency exchange rate ... रूसी मुद्रा विनिमय दर ... أسعار صرف الروبل الروسي ... 俄羅斯盧布匯率... 1 dollar is equal to how many rubles... 1 ruble is equal to how many rupees... 1 euro is equal to how many rubles...
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Should you use ATM at Moscow airport or change cash at the Money Changer? Here is how I did my math. The money changer was giving me 55 Rubles for one US dollar, there was no transaction fee. The market rate was 65 Roubles to a dollar. If I use an ATM machine, my bank will charge me $6 for external ATM use, and the other ATM will charge me $5. In short I'll be spending $11 fee for getting money from an ATM. If I get $100 worth of Rubles, the fee will be 11%. To make the math easy, say the fee is 10%. Reducing 65 Rubles rate by 10%, my rate will come out to be 58.5 Rubles to a dollar. This is still better than what I was getting from the money-changer, but it will make sense to get Rubles for over $100 so that the percentage of fee will be less. I decided to get Rubles worth $200 so that the fee will come out to be 5.5% and the effective Ruble rate will be 61.42 to a dollar. So at the ATM I asked for 13200 Rubles. It worked out great because I needed cash only for Airport Express train, metro, and to spend at low-cost Russian restaurants. At other places I used my credit card. ماسکو ہوائی اڈے پہ اے ٹی ایم کا استعمال Если вы пользуетесь банкоматом в аэропорту Москвы или меняете деньги в Money Changer? Вот как я сделал свою математику. Обмен валюты давал мне 55 рублей за один доллар США, плата за транзакцию не взималась. Рыночная ставка составляла 65 рублей за доллар. Если я пользуюсь банкоматом, мой банк будет взимать мне 6 долларов США за использование внешнего банкомата, а другой банкомат будет взимать мне 5 долларов США. Короче, я буду тратить 11 долларов на получение денег в банкомате. Если я получу 100 рублей в рублях, сбор будет составлять 11%. Чтобы сделать математику легкой, скажем, плата составляет 10%. Снижение ставки на 65 рублей на 10%, мой курс составит 58,5 рубля за доллар. Это все еще лучше, чем то, что я получаю от moneychanger, но будет иметь смысл получить рубли на сумму более 100 долларов, чтобы процентная ставка была меньше. Я решил получить рубли стоимостью 200 долларов США, так что плата составит 5,5%, а эффективный курс рубля составит 61,42 доллара США. Поэтому в банкомате я попросил 13200 рублей. Это получилось великолепно, потому что мне нужны были деньги только для поездок в аэропорту «Экспресс-экспресс», метро и провести в недорогих российских ресторанах. В других местах я использовал свою кредитную карту. ¿Debería usar un cajero automático en el aeropuerto de Moscú o cambiarlo en el Money Changer? Así es como hice mis matemáticas. El cambiador de dinero me estaba dando 55 rublos por un dólar estadounidense, no había comisión por transacción. La tasa de mercado era de 65 rublos por dólar. Si uso un cajero automático, mi banco me cobrará $ 6 por el uso de un cajero automático externo, y el otro cajero automático me cobrará $ 5. En resumen, gastaré $ 11 para obtener dinero de un cajero automático. Si obtengo $ 100 en rublos, la tarifa será del 11%. Para facilitar las matemáticas, digamos que la cuota es del 10%. Reduciendo la tasa de 65 rublos en un 10%, mi tasa será de 58.5 rublos por dólar. Esto sigue siendo mejor que lo que recibí del cambista de dinero, pero tendrá sentido comprar Rublos por más de $ 100 para que el porcentaje de la tarifa sea menor. Decidí obtener rublos por $ 200 para que la tarifa sea del 5,5% y la tasa efectiva del rublo sea de 61,42 por dólar. Así que en el cajero automático pedí 13200 rublos. Funcionó muy bien porque solo necesitaba efectivo para el tren Airport Express, el metro y para gastar en restaurantes rusos de bajo costo. En otros lugares utilicé mi tarjeta de crédito.
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Russian citizens are buying up new banknotes. ₽200 and ₽2,000 bills have been introduced in October, but so far only in Crimea, the Far East and Moscow. In almost no time, it led to a frenzy. ₽200 bills are now sold for 150 rubles more than their face value, and the margin on ₽2,000 bills is even bigger—500 rubles. The Central Bank is surprised, since the notes have no value as collectibles. So why this surge of interest?
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The Russian Central Bank release 100 ruble banknotes featuring legendary Soviet goalkeeper Lev Yashin. The names of the 11 World Cup host cities also feature on the notes.
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Russian/Nat XFA After months of stability , the Russian rouble's official rate has been dropping this week by around 10 kopecks a day. The Central Bank on Wednesday fixed the exchange rate at 28.16 roubles to one U.S. dollar. However, on the streets the exchange rate tells a different story. Private bureaux de Change have the rouble set as low as 28.65 roubles to one U.S. dollar compared to 27.90 roubles last Wednesday. Dmitry Trenin, the deputy director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, thinks that the drop in the exchange rate can be explained by low business activity. Many Muscovites don't appear too worried about the current financial situation, considering it normal for this time of year. But others see it as a situation that would lead to higher prices, making life more difficult. On Thursday, the official exchange rate of the rouble is expected to be around 28.30 roubles for one U.S. dollar. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It is the end of the year, and Russian companies have lots of roubles on their accounts. We also have a season of holiday in the West, so many businesses are closed for the holidays. You do not need dollars at this point." SUPER CAPTION: Dmitry Trenin, deputy director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "There is nothing we can do about it. It will continue to happen until our state learns how to normally spend the money that it collects." SUPER CAPTION: Vladimir, Muscovite SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "I am worried because when the dollar is growing, the prices will grow. You know how it is when the prices grow." SUPER CAPTION: Nikolai , Muscovite SOUNDBITE: (English) "The forecast for the next year is for the dollar to remain at this fairly high level of 28.2-28.5 and may be going up to 29 roubles to the dollar. But, any other fluctuation of the dollar value in Russia will depend on the oil prices." SUPER CAPTION: Dmitry Trenin, deputy director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ad2530768338256830b5eb87e278f54e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Complete Russian gold Roubles coins set under its last Emperor Nicholas II. In 1897, Russian reformed its monetary system and officially put its roubles on a gold standard at an exchange rate of 1.5 paper roubles for each gold rouble. Gold roubles denominated in 5, 7.5, 10, and 15 roubles were minted and circulated. The 7.5 roubles are also referred to as the half imperial with the 15 roubles piece being the full imperial. It is only minted in 1897. The 5 and 10 rouble pieces were last minted in 1911.
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Russian Gold Coin: Russian 15 Roubles Gold Coin under the last Emperor Nicholas II Weight: 12.9039g Purity: .900 Gold Content: .3734 troy oz Diameter: 24.5mm Thickness: 2mm Obverse: a bust of Emperor Nicholas II. The lettering around the bust roughly translates to "By the Grace of Gold, Nicholas II, the Emperor and Czar of All Russia" Reverse: Imperial Russian Eagle and the denomination of 15 Roubles. In 1897, Russian reformed its monetary system and officially put its roubles on a gold standard at an exchange rate of 1.5 paper roubles for each gold rouble. Gold roubles denominated in 5, 7.5, 10, and 15 roubles were minted and circulated. The 7.5 roubles are also referred to as the half imperial with the 15 roubles piece being the full imperial. It is only minted in 1897. Almost 12 million of these 15 roubles pieces were minted however today they are quite rare due to the fact that many of them may very well have been melted down after the collapse of Russian Empire and it is of one year type. Today, a slightly circulated piece can easily go for 100%+ above the price of its gold content.
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It's hard to believe the forecasts that the USD/RUB exchange rate will reach 70 roubles to the dollar, commented Evgeny Gavrilenkov, Chief Economist at Sberbank CIB, in an interview with TV channel Russia 1. The exchange rate band is more of a virtual concept than anything else as every time currency exchange rates have reached their thresholds the Central Bank has widened the boundaries of the band. There is no reason to believe that the rouble will perform in the same way as such forecasts if the government continues to apply reasonable macroeconomic policies, considers Mr Gavrilenkov.
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With the rouble at a six-month high Russia's central bank has resumed buying foreign currency, a sign the government thinks it's high enough. Buying the one to two hundred million dollars worth of currency cost the rouble 1.35% against the dollar. It lost more, 1.87%, against the euro by the early afternoon. Softening oil prices also greased the roubles' slippery pole, after the bank spent last year expanding reserves in a bid to keep the rouble up. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/05/14/rouble-slides-as-russia-buys-foreign-exchange euronews business brings you latest updates from the world of finance and economy, in-depth analysis, interviews, infographics and more Subscribe for daily dose of business news: http://bit.ly/1pcHCzj Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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Russian Gold Coin: Russian 7 Roubles and 50 Kopeks Gold Coin under the last Emperor Nicholas II Weight: 6.4516g Purity: .900 Gold Content: .1867 troy oz Diameter: 21.5mm Thickness: 1.3mm Obverse: a bust of Emperor Nicholas II. The lettering around the bust roughly translates to "By the Grace of God, Nicholas II, the Emperor and Czar of All Russia" Reverse: Imperial Russian Eagle and the denomination of 7 Roubles and 50 Kopeks. In 1897, Russian reformed its monetary system and officially put its roubles on a gold standard at an exchange rate of 1.5 paper roubles for each gold rouble. Gold roubles denominated in 5, 7.5, 10, and 15 roubles were minted and circulated. The 7.5 roubles are also referred to as the half imperial with the 15 roubles piece being the full imperial. It is only minted in 1897. Over 16 million of these 7.5 roubles pieces were minted however today they are quite rare due to the fact that many of them may very well have been melted down after the collapse of Russian Empire and it is of one year type. Its gold content follows the LMU (Latin Monetary Union) standard on popular 20 Francs pieces from other LMU countries. This probably also boosted its attractiveness among collectors who see these as keepers rather than a trade. Today, a slightly circulated piece can easily go for 100% to 200% above the price of its gold content.
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T/I: 10:31:34 The Russian rouble continued its plunge on Wednesday (19/08) with the latest rate on the Moscow currency exchange falling to 6.99 roubles to the US dollar. Traders on the Moscow stock exchange reported sparse share dealing. SHOWS: MOSCOW 19/08 ws Moscow stock exchange; cu sign; VS traders; SOT Aleksei Rubtsov, advisor to director of Moscow stock exchange, in English: "The situation is stable, slash, uncertain. People are waiting for what's going to happen. They are waiting to see what's going to happen in terms of restructuring the debt. Once that's done, I think there will be more stabilisation. There will be some movement up or down, but things will get more clear." ws Moscow street; ms exchange office, dollar, mark rates; woman exits office, zoom into dollar rate; VS Butyrsky market; VOXPOP woman in Russian: "Prices have gone up and the sellers are saying that from next week they'll go up again. It's really hard to take money out of the bank at the moment, especially dollars. I have a bank account and they're only giving roubles." VOXPOP trader in Russian: "Of course it depends on the dollar - the dollar rises and the market rises. Most people still have their old supplies (of groceries) and customers are still buying. But what they'll do next when the dollar goes up...?" VOXPOP woman: "Pensioners don't have anything to save, well if they do, just pennies, just a little bit left over for their funeral." GV presser: SOT Yegorov in Russian: "The main task now is to calm the population step by step and get back trust, not just for the banking system, and for the president - who a few days ago said there wouldn't be any of this - for the bank, for the Central Bank, the whole banking system." GV presser; 3.04 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/98d0a20f8eb33fe4264be48a80e37bb6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russia has put into force measures to keep a closer eye on exchanges from rubles to foreign currency. The "Russian Central Bank has decreed":http://www.cbr.ru/eng/Press/?PrtId=event&id=101&PrintVersion=Y that anyone wishing to exchange more than 15,000 rubles -- which is in the region of around 200 euros -- will need to provide a piece of ID, proof of address and information on their nationality and date of birth. Officials say the measures are designed to thwart money laundering and t… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/12/28/russia-enforces-stricter-currency-exchange-rules What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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This video shows how to change the currency and country of your steam account. This is needed if you have moved to a different country or if you plan on using a different currency for your purchases. Please note that changing to a country which you don't have a bank account will render you unable of making any purchases. #steam #steamchangecountry #steamchangecurrency **************************************************************** * Octopus Technology Website: http://theoctopustechnology.com * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/octopustechnologyyoutube * Twitter: https://twitter.com/OktopusTech * Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+AndreasChristodoulou1989/posts * Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/andrikkos89 * LinkedIn: https://cy.linkedin.com/in/andreas-christodoulou-09b7b167 ******* Andreas Christodoulou is the creator and editor of Octopus Technology YouTube channel and theoctopustechnology.com website. Andreas is passionate about technology and computers and uses his knowledge to help people solve tech problems. Andreas also loves making product reviews, discussing tech news and playing video games. Please connect with Andreas on social media above. ****** Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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(11 Oct 1994) The Russian currency collapsed on Tuesday (11/10). In its biggest ever one-day drop, the rouble lost a third of its value and plunged from about 3,000 roubles to the dollar to a new low of almost 4,000 roubles per dollar. 1.34 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3c77ad5ca1028ab38930e94ad232748d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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(16 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide interior of food market 2. Mid of market traders 3. Man hands money to trader 4. Trader hands meat to man 5. Close up of roubles in hand 6. Wide of meat stall 7. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Anna (no surname given), vox pop: "I've just bought some meat and the prices have gone up. About 20 per cent at least. I have bought a shoulder of lamb and paid 540 rubles but before I paid 360 rubles." 8. Wide interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange 9. Wide of traders 10. Mid of traders 11. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman: "It's not very worthwhile making predictions at the present time. Everything depends on the situation in foreign markets, most of all the USA and Europe, as well as the Russian economy. And much also depends on the dollar/euro exchange rate." 12. Currency exchange board showing US dollar/ruble rate 13. Various of street with currency exchange places 14. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Ivan (no surname given), vox pop: "The prices are growing, especially rent and utilities, so for us war veterans, who are over 80, I'm 88, its hard but we still hope we'll overcome this." 15. Mid of people on street 16. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Irina, schoolteacher (no surname given): "We are still waiting for the government to pay off the money they stole from us, so we can buy currency." 17. Set up shot of Oleg Zamulin, Professor of New School of Economics 18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Oleg Zamulin, Professor of New School of Economics: "That process (the gradual devaluation of the ruble) has hurt the Russian economy, because the banks which expect further devaluation stop giving out loans to the economy and instead convert all of their money into dollars and expect these dollars to become more valuable in ruble terms, so until this process is over, until the devaluation is finished the banks won't go back to their natural business of giving out loans." 21. Wide of queue at bank 22. Various of people in line STORYLINE: Traders and shoppers at Moscow's Dorogomilovo market are feeling the pinch of the financial crisis. With Russia's rouble falling to a new low against the US dollar and euro, trade at the market was slow in on Friday morning. Both imported goods and local produce are getting expensive. The ruble dropped 0.4 roubles against the US dollar, to 32.6 - its lowest in the history of MICEX trade. For the first time ever, the ruble fell to 43 against the euro as the Central Bank continued a policy of controlled devaluation. The ruble has been badly bruised by declining energy prices and growing economic difficulties. It has shed more than 27 percent of its value against the US dollar since its high of 23.4 in early August. Resentment is growing on the streets of Moscow as the reality of the economic crisis hits the average Russian, some of whom are still bitter about the last crisis in the 90's. Eager to avoid losing public support, Russia's government has spent tens of (m) millions of US dollars to slow the fall of the ruble, which has ordinary Russians worried after years of economic expansion. Russia's international reserves dropped 11 percent this year, to 427 (b) billion US dollars, and down 29 (b) billion US dollars in December, the Central Bank said earlier this week. Analysts say the ruble is hurt by expectations that the price of oil - which fuels the Russian economy - will continue to fall. Until then, says Oleg Zamulin from the New School of Economics, banks will refrain from giving out loans. The Central Bank apparently wants to gradually let the ruble fall to a low beneath which it will not drop under any circumstances, economists said. Observers expect the string of near-daily devaluations to stop soon, probably within a month but possibly much You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/15f7f3e862a02c9101356d8cb8c9df47 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian/Eng/Nat The Russian rouble continues to drop against the U-S dollar, falling 0.105 in trading on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (M-I-C-E-X) today to close at 6.99 roubles to the dollar. Brokers say the situation remains difficult even though the financial markets seem to have stabilised following Monday's de facto devaluation of the rouble. Meanwhile Russia's Central Bank has introduced limits on currency exchanges in a bid to stop speculators. Moscow's Interbank Currency Exchange or M-I-C-E-X has become the focus of furious rouble trading. This is not merely due to the Russian Central Bank's Monday decision to let the rouble float because it no longer had reserves to hold the currency steady. But the M-I-C-E-X has become the focus also because a simultaneous crisis in the banking sector trading on the major interbank market was suspended last week. The M-I-C-E-X opened for trading for just 35 minutes with the rouble falling to 6.99 to the U-S dollar. Dealers say the situation is uncertain. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The situation remains difficult. It's a crisis but the situation is not getting worse. If the situation on the financial market does get worse then there will be grave social unrest and both the government and the financial institutions are concerned about this." SUPER CAPTION: Andrei Sorokin, Broker Some money exchanges on the streets have been taking advantage of the situation by charging higher rates of up to 10 roubles to the U-S dollar, taking advantage of the desperate demand for U-S dollars and the ignorance of the population. To mitigate the confusion Russia's Central Bank announced rules setting a 15 percent limit on the spreads between buy and sell rates at exchanges. But people still feel aggrieved. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The rate has gone up and the price to buy roubles is also going up. But people's wages are staying at the same level as before. In all aspects it's very unpleasant. First of all the pensioners are suffering and those who earn very little money anyway." SUPER CAPTION: Mikhail Kupnetsov, Vox pop Previously the rouble's stabilisation had been a source of pride for the Russian leadership . Political analysts say this economic disarray is just a sign of how little President Yeltsin and the government are managing to cope. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The problem is that the government isn't in control of the situation. President Yeltsin doesn't control the situation. The situation is simply not controlled in Russia. So all that the government has done, it has unleashed a series of events. I don't think that the government and the people who were working out this decision they have correctly forecasted all the consequences." SUPER CAPTION: Viktor Kremenyuk, Political Analyst One consequence many expect is a rise in food prices. This will only happen gradually as new stocks of imported goods come onto the market. Many people shop at the markets where prices for fresh produce tend to be cheaper. But in recent years Russians have got so used to living through financial hardship, many of them seem unconcerned about the latest crisis. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "Nothing has really changed in people's life. They are calm and are not too worried. There is some uncertainty right now but I think it should be sorted out soon and there's no reason for great concern." SUPER CAPTION: Larisa Vorobyeva, market stall holder However if food prices rise dramatically President Yeltsin will not only have a financial crisis on his hands, but a social one as well. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/45e81e36a2ff79f0527350dae88b8904 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 This Monday's plunge wasn't a surprise for the Moscow stock exchange. The blow was hard but not fatal. This statement is rather recent. In this context, let's point out the aspects that we were expecting. For the first time since December 2016, the rate of the dollar went up higher than 62 rubles while the euro rate rose higher than 76 rubles. We hadn't seen a similar plunge since April 2016, but we expected it. So, what does it mean?
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"Want to know the currency in Russia? Visit http://currencyname.com/russia to learn more about Russian currency and the latest exchange rates. What currency to use in Russia? The Russian currency is the Ruble. What is the symbol for Russian Ruble? The Russian Ruble symbol is ₽. What is the Russian currency ISO code? The ISO code for Russian currency is RUB. What are the frequently used notes in Russia? The Russian currency notes consist of 5₽, 10₽, 50₽, 100₽, 500₽, 1,000₽, 5,000₽. What are the frequently used coins in Russia? The Russian currency coins consist of 1 коп., 5 коп., 10 коп., 50 коп & 1₽, 2₽, 5₽, 10₽."
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Russian/Nat Russian Central bank chief Sergey Dubinin announced on Monday that the Russian rouble is now so stable that the government can project its dollar exchange rate until the year 2000. Earlier this year President Boris Yeltsin announced that from the first of January 1998 the currency will be devalued by removing three zeros from the bills. Russian central bank chief Sergey Dubinin, joined by Finance Minister and First deputy Prime Minister, Anatoly Chubais announced on Monday that the bank will continue to control the currency rates. It was a muted statement of confidence in Russia's banking system which is stable despite global currency speculation that's wiped billions off currency values. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "We won't let any unexpected currency fluctuations happen. Currency exchange rate will change gradually. We will continue to maintain our line. Nothing drastic will happen neither tomorrow nor January , 1998." SUPER CAPTION: Sergey Dubinin, Head of the Russian Central Bank Dubinin also acknowledged the growing dependence of the Russian banking system on world market indicators. These indicators have forced up inflation, and pushed President Boris Yeltsin to announce that from the first of January 1998 the currency will be devalued by removing three zeros from the bills. However the central bank chief stressed that Russian banking system displayed signs of maturity when it faced the recent world stock market crisis. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "We learned that we could and should keep the negative effects under control. Our latest decision is to raise refinancing rate to 28 per cent." SUPER CAPTION: Sergey Dubinin, Head of the Russian Central Bank The exchange rate with the U-S dollar has always been highly variable. Now the Finance Ministry believes that the mechanism has now developed sufficiently to be able to predict the rouble's dollar exchange rate for the next couple of years. First Deputy Prime Minister and finance minister Anatoly Chubais, acknowledged that the main problem now facing the economy is poor tax collection. The government's chronic inability to collect taxes has meant that millions of state workers haven't been paid on time. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "We are not satisfied at all with the situation in this area. That is why we are putting the final touches on a blueprint of a radical and unprecedented decree to change the situation. This decree will affect both the budget income and even more so spending." SUPER CAPTION: Anatoly Chubais, first Prime Minister These announcement come as an I-M-F delegation, visiting Moscow, has been critical of poor income levels from tax collection. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/40f4d57b2a39da3533182c2f6c722bf3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs A dramatic drop in the rouble has triggered fears of a Russian currency crisis. FT eastern Europe editor Neil Buckley and deputy emerging markets editor Jonathan Wheatley discuss the impact of falling oil prices and growth, and geopolitical tensions. ► FT Markets: http://bit.ly/1J5HNd3 ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1KUK08s Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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T/I: 10:44:02 The value of the Russian ruble dropped sharply on Moscow's Inter-Currency Exchange on Tuesday morning (18/8), reacting badly to Monday's central bank and government decision to end its defence of the ruble and let it drift against the dollar. On Tuesday morning it stood at 6.8850 rubles to one US dollar against Monday's closing 6.4300. Ruble developments dominated the headlines in Russia's morning newspapers. The opposition parties in parliament seized the monetary policy turnaround to renew demands for President Boris Yeltsin's resignation. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA - 18/08 VS Moscow International Currency Exchange (MICEX); SOT (in English) with Charlie Ryan, United Financial Group, saying: "The government right now has a little free time, only because a lot of Russians are on vacation, August being a big month for vacations. But in the next one or two weeks we will know whether or not foreign investors are happy with the terms of GKO restructuring, short term debt restructuring. And, subsequently, we will know whether or not the government has a political will and the financial resources to keep the population calm about the falling, devalued ruble."; VS people buying newspapers; CU newspaper; SOT (in Russian) with Svetlana Petrova, shopper, saying: "The situation in our country is very difficult and unpredictable now. It's a hopeless situation, we've lost our belief in anything. Most of the people have lost their belief, it is very dangerous."; WS exterior foreign money exchange showing dollar to ruble rate CU rate; WS communist party chief Gennady Zyuganov entering press conference; CA press; SOT (in Russian) with Zyuganov, saying: "We propose the upper house and Duma overhaul the entire government structure, starting with Yeltsin's resignation and introducing amendments to the Constitution and establishing control over the executive branch at all levels."; WS press; 2.04 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5d0d9ead0eee98a0da739b08b0e7aaae Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The russian rouble fell another 100 points wednesday (19/1) trading at 1607 to 1 dollar. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 20/1 economist grigory yavlinsky sot in english: "i think the pace of inflation will be extremely high in the future two or three months but i hope we shall not cross the limits of hyperinflation" former presidential advisor and current member of duma sergei stankevich sot in english: "the exchange rate of the rouble has always been artificial and its fall was inevitable. so i think it is a result of previous policy rather than mr. gaidar's resignation" money exchange booth at duma showing rates ws money exchange office on street us dollar sign us dollars counted exchange rates written on piece of paper ws market sausages for sale man handing roubles to woman woman counting roubles 1.29 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0528379339850379d8bcbb58d5e619ac Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Russian rouble fell to an all-time low of 1,504 roubles to the dollar on Tuesday (18/1), a drop of another 100 points from Monday's collapse. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 18/1 exterior bank interior exchange woman counting money vs of exchange interior man counting dollr bills bank's logo exchange rates man with dollar bills woman russian sot man russian sot cu bank's sign viktor kallishnikov, bank manager, eng sot, saying it was not a surprise ca desk more kallishnikov eng sot people outside in snow ext exchange cu exchange rates on poster 2.31 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1e4e1c85305be322638ce6e5992ffd98 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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http://www.theforexnittygritty.com/forex/printing-rubles Printing Rubles By www.TheForexNittyGritty.com Russians are going shopping while the government appears to be printing rubles. Russians are filling stores and snatching up expensive electronics or even luxury automobiles and ridding themselves of progressively less valuable rubles. Memories of the Russian debt default of 1998 are fresh as the ruble swoons. The New York Times is following the story. “It is a real panic,” said Kirill Rogov, an independent political and economic analyst who is often critical of the Putin administration. “The ruble is being devalued by 5 or 6 percent every day, and nobody knows how to stop it.” Given the level of corruption and bribery here, not to mention the congenital distrust of state institutions, in normal times all manner of Russians stow rubles at home. Now, most are anxious to dispose of those stashes any way they can. One Kazakh man was seen walking around a Jaguar dealership, which like several luxury brands had run out of cars, with a little rolling suitcase full of cash. Sales were up 50 percent this month, a manager said. Russian central bank recently bailed out a major oil and gas company and many think that they were printing rubles to come up with the money. Emergency Measures As reported in Bloomberg the Bank of Russia is taking emergency steps to stop the seemingly endless slide of the ruble against the dollar. Russian authorities eased accounting rules to curb banks’ need for dollars, seeking to ease concern the ruble’s plunge will lead to a full-blown financial crisis. The ruble and stocks rallied after the Bank of Russia announced the measures. They came a day after the central bank’s 1 a.m. interest-rate increase and a freefall of as much as 19 percent in the currency, prompting speculation of a potential meltdown in emerging markets. Loans are coming due for Russian companies and purchasing dollars or euros to pay off the loans. Printing rubles may end up being the only viable choice for Russia even though ruble devaluation is causing people to buy luxury items to rid themselves of rubles and hold on to things with value like cars and TV sets. What Will This Lead To? Vladimir Putin came into power in the days after the Russian debt defaults of 1998 and promised that it would never happen again. Now Russian adventurism in Ukraine and the outright annexation of Crimea have resulted in western sanctions that on top of low oil prices are sucking the value out of the ruble. Will pressure on Russia’s Putin result in geopolitical changes or a continuing isolation of Russia and decline of the ruble? Putin’s popularity remains near record highs. But pollsters warn that economic distress may challenge the high numbers. “If the economic troubles last a long time, this will be a new situation that Putin’s regime has never been in,” said Denis Volkov at Moscow’s independent Levada polling agency. Putin preaches a return to the former glory of the Soviet Empire and believes the worst thing ever to befall Russia was the breakup of the old USSR. The question is if printing rubles will help bail out the currency and keep Czar Vladimir in power. http://youtu.be/viTS2OgPoo8
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VIDEO LINK = http://youtu.be/ft4GYdacf3o Ukraine News 2015: Kiev, Kreschatik, Exchange Rate of Money: Dollars and Hrivnas, Euro and Hrivnas, Roubles and Grivna Rate on 01.02.2015 Слушайте, смотрите наше оригинальное видео, пишите комментарии, подписывайтесь на наш канал на Ютубе !!!! VIDEO WAS RECORDED: 30.01.2015, the city of Kiev, the capital of UKRAINE. Recorded by Victor Fursov, Entomologist in Ukraine. ОРИГИНАЛЬНОЕ ВИДЕО ЗАПИСАНО: 30.01.2015., г.Киев, столица УКРАИНЫ. Original Video was recorded by Viktor Fursov, Biologist and Entomologist in Ukraine. Explicit written and oral permission for recording and uploading this unique Video was received from interviewed persons (lecturers). We express them a great acknowledgement for this permission. ПОДПИСЫВАЙТЕСЬ НА МОЙ ВИДЕО-КАНАЛ! УСПЕХОВ! https://www.youtube.com/user/ufensia/about WELCOME TO SUBSCRIBE TO MY VIDEO CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/ufensia/about WELCOME TO MY FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/victor.fursov.39 191751 Ukraine Kiev Kreschatik Exchange Money 57 VIDEO LINK = http://youtu.be/ft4GYdacf3o
T/I: 11:06:46 - A2 T/I: 10:50:01 - GS 21/08/98 After spending billions of dollars over the past three months to prop up Russia's weak currency, the government gave up on Monday (17/08) and let the ruble's value drop by up to 34 percent. President Boris Yeltsin returned to Moscow from a holiday retreat in northwest Russia for urgent consultations with Prime Minister Sergei Kiriyenko, after the government admitted it could no longer defend the ruble at its current dollar peg. SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA, 17/08 00.00 WS trading room at Inter Currency Exchange (rouble market); 00.07 CU indicator board showing ruble rate changing to one dollar = 9.25 roubles; 00.11 MS traders at computer screens; 00.16 CU computer screen; 00.18 WS exterior street scene; 00.22 MS man at cashpoint; 00.26 CU cashpoint screen saying "temporarily unable to dispense cash"; 00.33 MS traders in office of Broker Heritage Fund; 00.36 MS same; 00.39 SOT Bill Browder, broker, Heritage Fund (English): "I wouldn't expect to see bank closures because I think that the primary objective at this point of the Russian government is to protect its citizens"; 00.47 CU hands counting coins; 00.50 MS woman serving man with loaf of bread; 00.55 WS President Boris Yeltsin's motorcade driving down street; 01.04 MS woman cleaning, turned off currency exchange sign; 01.09 CU hands counting roubles; 01.15 Vision ends You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5ef5f5f973078efebc2a6d82d2c7996b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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MARK:Yeah, and New South Wales police have come out and said the gunman was ′unstable′... certainly seems like he was a very disturbed person. Let′s turn to another story now... in what appears to be a desperate attempt by Moscow to prop up its slumping currency... Russia′s central bank has hiked its key interest rate to 17 percent. EUNICE: That′s right. 17 percent from 10-point-5 percent... It′s the biggest rate rise since 1998... when the Russian government defaulted on its debt. The rate increase was announced in a 1a.m. statement on the central bank′s website... explaining that the move was "aimed at limiting substantially increased rouble depreciation risks and inflation risks." The Russian currency had fallen by more than 10 percent on Monday... to a low of 67 to the U.S. dollar... marking a devaluation of nearly 50 percent this year. Russian leaders have been struggling to prop up its economy... amid economic sanctions from the West... and also... a significant dip in oil prices that′s detrimental to an economy that heavily depends on oil and gas. Moscow has spent some $80-billion dollars in its foreign exchange reserves this year... to prop up its troubled currency. JINJOO: And oil prices show no sign of peaking again... as it′s now at $61 dollars a barrel. We′ll keep watching the story. Thank you very much Eunice for your report.
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The Russian government is promising to minimize the effects US sanctions have on the Moscow stock exchange. It also says the sharp fall in the rouble is short-term volatility. Those drops have been on the minds of investors who've travelled from around the world to attend the annual Moscow Exchange Forum. Jack Parrock reports from there. For more on the Russian market and US sanctions, we speak to Julia Lyubova in Moscow. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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5 Russian Ruble Banknote (Five Ruble Russia / 1997) Obverse and Reverse рубли́ Russia Banknotes: Pick 267 Obverse: The Millennium of Russia monument on background of Saint Sophia Cathedral in Veliky Novgorod Reverse: Fortress wall of the Novgorod Kremlin Color: Green-Yellow-Blue Russian Federation Currency - Value 5 RUB Issued by: Bank of Russia - (Центральный банк Банк России) Issued: 1997 Size: 137 x 61 [mm] Security Features: watermark, security-thread (Throughout the banknote blue, red, and yellow threads are randomly distributed), Shadow image Paper: Cotton Symbol: RUB - RUR - руб
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Russian/Nat Russia's leading foreign currency exchange began trading the euro on Tuesday with the ruble ending slightly lower than the central bank's rate for the previous day. While Russia's commercial sector claim they will embrace the advent of the euro, financial analysts predict that the Russian economy will stay essentially dollar-controlled. The new European currency the Euro was introduced today in Russia. Moscow's currency exchange opened trading on the new currency a few weeks after the Euro's debut on the world market. Moscow's General Director of Currency Exchange Alexander Zakharov said the response to the opening of trade was very rapid. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "Within 9 seconds to be exact we already made our first trade in the Euro. It was a joint trade between Sberbank and the International Moscow Bank." SUPER CAPTION: Alexander Zakharov, General Director of Moscow Currency Exchange Although prospects for the euro look initially healthy it's not thought that the currency will overtake the U-S dollar which has long been dominant in Russia. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "All of our international sales and payments are kept in dollars so of course the dollar in the near future will continue to play a leading role in currency in the Russian financial system." SUPER CAPTION: Alexander Zakharov, General Director of Moscow Currency Exchange The delay was caused mainly by a wait for approval to trade the new currency from Russia's Central Bank. The Euro opened today at approximately 26 rubles -- comparable to the dollar which is currently at nearly 23 rubles. Besides the majority of large business transactions, most Russians keep their savings in dollars, immediately converting each ruble paycheck into dollars. At exchange houses in Moscow today, Muscovites expressed doubt that the Euro would carry much weight in Russia's dollar-oriented economy. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "I would like the ruble itself to be on a normal level, like the Euro and the Euro itself of course is not going to have much use for the regular people." SUPER CAPTION: Vladimir Vladimirov, Muscovite SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The Euro still has lots of time before it's even to be used seriously in Europe -- at least a few years. For us here in Russia the Euro is not even likely to be seen by most. For now I consider the dollar the most stable and reliable currency -- I keep all of my money in dollars, and not at the bank mind you but at home." SUPERCAPTION: Natalya Petrovna, Muscovite The Euro rate was initially set not far from today's price of 26, however Euro trading in Russia is expected to be slow as the economy runs mostly on the U-S dollar. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5295f6a5a6a2a915a0638304820ee8a9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Over the last month the dollar has become more expensive by an average of 50 kopecks. On August 8, the exchange rate of the euro on the Moscow Stock Exchange rose to a historic level of 44 rubles. The Chairman of the Committee on Financial Markets and Credit Organizations of the Chamber of Commerce of the Russian Federation, Yakov Mirkin, spoke about what affects the ruble exchange rate. The analyst expects a gradual devaluation of the ruble. According to the expert, by the end of the year the US dollar will cost about 36-37 rubles.
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T/I: 10:39:13 Russia's currency market stopped trading twice on Tuesday (25/8). The rate of the US dollar against the Russian currency rose 10.99 per cent on yesterday's close, leaving a rate of 7.85 rubles to the dollar. Russian news agencies reported the demand for dollars exceeded supply by $350 million. SHOWS: MOSCOW. RUSSIA 25/08 ws exterior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX); ms trading session hall, cu trader staring into computer; cu billboard; ms hall; SOT Venyamin Simonov, head of analytical department, MICEX (Russian) "He is a known person (Chernomyrdin) with whose name traders are relating some financial stability which was reached during his time in the government. Yesterday's increase in the stocks' rates proves this. And the same process continued today. It is related with expectations that Central Bank policy will change soon due to limited financial resources. Those are needed to support currency's rate. That's why today's reaction of the market is related not so much with political but with mostly economic reasons." ms trader staring into computer; SOT Venyamin Simonov, MICEX (Russian) "And naturally trying to save capitals they are investing capitals into the most profitable actives. And at the current moment the most profitable active is US dollar. And all capitals are invested into it." gv trading hall. 1.25 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8785a8747d8dce9655fa9c18560a4733 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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