Central Bank of Russia

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Central Bank of Russia

The central bank of Russia. The Russian constitution charges the Central Bank with maintaining the stability of the Russian ruble. It sets interest rates for interbank loans in Russia and also regulates the banking industry. It was established in 1990, but traces its origins to the central bank of the Russian Empire in the mid-1800s.
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Bank of Russia's board of directors took into consideration the increase in inflationary risks before the rate move was announced.
The Central Bank of Russia's policies have also helped the banks weather the negative impact of the triple whammy of sanctions, plunging oil prices, and ruble depreciation on the Russian economy.
For 2011 NSD made 767 payments as income on corporate and regional bonds and on the Bank of Russia's bonds for a total sum of RUB1.
Russia-On-Line's monthly pre-paid packages, offering 20 or 50 hours online, are now available at the equivalent of USD10 and USD20 respectively at the Central Bank of Russia's exchange rate plus 3%.
VSAT TEL and VSAT-Service, two members of our holding company, already provide services for the Bank of Russia's corporate network based on VSAT stations.
Bank of Russia's first deputy head said on Tuesday that consumer prices in Russia would start to fall in February after peaking in January.
Correspondent account #30105810100000000505 in the Branch #1 of the Bank of Russia's Main Territorial Directorate
Informix will support both core processing and customer service in the Bank of Russia's new technology infrastructure," said Steve Sommer, vice president of marketing at Informix.
Ksenia Yudayeva, Bank of Russia's first deputy head, said, 'A number of emerging-market economies, including Russia, can speak of stagflation.
25 capabilities into our network will increase efficiency and greatly reduce costs," said Nikolay Egorov, the Bank of Russia's Deputy Chairman.
Russia's economy has the potential to grow between three per cent and four per cent this year in annual terms, said Elvira Nabiullina, who takes over Monday from the Bank of Russia's head, Sergey Ignatiev.
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