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European stocks also fell, and the Russian ruble plunged to a record low against the dollar as the continuing collapse in the price of oil reverberated through global financial markets.
Meanwhile, some currency exchange offices of Bishkek buy Russian ruble for 0.
Thus, since early 2014 until late October, the Russian ruble exchange rate depreciated by 22.
Another sale day at the global grounds resumed pressure at Russian ruble.
MOSCOW, August 10, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Russian ruble lost more than 2.
More than 19 countries attended the Dagestan economic forum where 80 investment projects worth some 190 billion Russian Rubles were presented at the forum in Kaspiysk.
The bank enabled its customers to open Russian ruble accounts in July 2009.
A higher exchange rate of the Russian ruble against the euro would be the biggest short-term share price trigger for the company, analyst Gerald Walek said.