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Russian Ruble

The currency of Russia. It was issued in 1998, replacing the Soviet ruble (which was also called the Russian ruble after the fall of the Soviet Union). Despite the issue of a new currency, it lost 70% of its value against the U.S. dollar in six weeks as a result of the Russian financial crisis. It is a floating currency.
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The total outstanding HMLs increased 2.1% in March 2018 to reach 5.4 trillion rubles as of 1 April (a 19.2% year-on-year increase vs 11.0% a year earlier).
"The pressure on the ruble has resumed after a small breathing space," Denis Davydov, a currency analyst at Nordea Bank, wrote in an investment note Wednesday.
Stabilizing the ruble, which is one of the world's worst-performing currencies this year following the slide in oil prices and the sanctions imposed on Russia, is a priority for the country's monetary authorities.
The ruble has come under heavy selling pressure this week, falling around 20 percent against the dollar at one stage on Tuesday, sparking fears of financial meltdown, despite the central bank hiking its key interest rate by 650 basis points.
The Russian market reacted nervously to this news on Tuesday, with the ruble plunging against the dollar on the Moscow Exchange, passing the psychologically significant level of 32 rubles.
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Section II provides a short history of the dissolution of the ruble area.
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