The official exchange rates for the Russian Ruble (RUB) are published by the Central Bank of Russia (CBR). This report is an html document including 34 currency values which is updated daily from Tuesday to Saturday around 12:00 Moscow time.
The CBR does not publish any historical file, but historical exchange rates can be downloaded for every month from the calendar form.
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Russia is the 12th largest economy in the world by nominal GDP. Russia’s vast geography is an important determiner of its economic activity, with an abundance of oil, natural gas and precious metals, which make up a major share of Russia’s exports. The country has the world’s largest proven natural gas reserves and is the largest exporter of natural gas. It is also the second largest exporter of petroleum.
At trading, it is a member of the most relevant Asia/Pacific organizations like GECF, APEC and EAEU with an increasing economic alliance with China and still significant influence over the ex Soviet Union (USSR) members. Politically, Russia is a member of the G20, and used to also be a member of the G8 until its suspension because of the annexation of Crimea, whereupon the political forum name reverted to G7. In 2017, Russia announced its permanent withdrawal from the group.
The Russian rouble (RUB) is the unit of currency of the Russian Federation. It is also accepted as legal tender in the partially recognised states of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
List of published currencies
|BYN||New Ruble (Belarus)|
|CZK||Koruna (Czech Republic)|
|EUR||Euro (European Union)|
|GBP||Pound (United Kingdom)|
|HKD||Dollar (Hong Kong)|
|KRW||Won (Korea South)|
|USD||Dollar (United States of America)|
|XDR||SDR (Int. Monetary Fund)|
|ZAR||Rand (South Africa)|
See full comparative table of all currencies per Bank in the White Papers / List of currencies page.
Foreign Exchange Rates
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