Tag: Russian rouble

Rouble steadies near 64 vs dollar; Lukoil shares climb on dividend plan

The rouble was 0.1pc stronger against the dollar at 64.03 and added 0.1pc to 70.95 versus the euro. The Russian currency is likely to...

Rouble steady ahead of bond auctions despite oil drop

The rouble was 0.2pc stronger against the dollar at 64.19 and had gained 0.2pc to trade at 70.77 versus the euro. Market activity is...

Rouble strengthens ahead of U.S.-China trade talks, stocks down

The rouble was 0.1pc stronger against the dollar at 64.80 and had lost 0.2pc to trade at 71.36 versus the euro. The rouble-based MOEX...

Rouble edges ahead of OFZ auctions, stocks rise

"The rouble remains vulnerable due to uncertainty related to the outcome of trade talks," The rouble-based MOEX Russian index was 0.17pc higher at 2712.5...

Russian rouble down on U.S.-China trade war risks, weak oil

The Russian rouble opened weaker on Monday, under pressure from the U.S.-China trade war and weak oil prices. The rouble was 0.26pc weaker against...

Rouble edges off three-week dollar low, stocks slightly weaker

The Russian rouble recovered slightly on Thursday after sliding to a three-week low the previous day amid concerns about the global economic outlook and...

Russian rouble slips as oil stays below $60/bbl, end of local tax payments

The Russian rouble opened weaker on Tuesday, hurt by oil prices which were trading below $60 per barrel and as local support from tax...

Russian rouble slips towards 3-week low as oil prices dip

The rouble eased versus the dollar as global political uncertainty and fears over a widening of the China-U.S trade war kept investors in safe...

Russian rouble gains on last day of tax payments

The Russian rouble gained on Monday, pricing in support from the last tax payment and uncertainty on global markets related to China-U.S. trade tensions. ...

Russian rouble strengthens to 70 vs euro

The rouble hit 69.92 against the euro, heading away from levels of 74 seen less than a month ago. The rouble is expected to...