Russian Ruble

(EUR/RUB) -0,71%

Exchange rate Russian Ruble (RUB)

  • Last quote85,5473
  • Last quote (time)10:36
  • Difference-0,6131
  • Difference %-0,71%
  • Open86,1604
  • Close (previous trading day)86,1604
  • Day High (delayed)86,3112
  • Day Low (delayed)84,7953
  • Year High88,4513
  • Year Low 84,7953

Historical exchange rate Russian Ruble (€)

  • Date1 € = units
  • 02-04-202086,160384
  • 01-04-202086,595012
  • 31-03-202087,732565
  • 30-03-202088,035500
  • 29-03-202087,959620
  • 28-03-202087,877750
  • 27-03-202085,396172
  • 26-03-202085,155727

Russian Ruble (RUB) exchange rate

1 RUB = Units 1 Unit = RUB
US Dollar 0,0128 78,3233
British Pound 0,0103 97,0988
Euro 0,0117 85,5473
Japanese Yen 1,3700 0,7299
Swiss Franc 0,0124 80,9648

About the Russian Ruble (RUB)

The Russian Ruble exchange rate against other currencies can be calculated using the conversion calculator on FX24converter.com. The economy of Russia partly determines the value of the Russian ruble. The currency has changed shape several times over the years. For example, old bills contain references to communism through the hammer and the sickle. Subtle features of the Russian czar era can also be found on the old ruble notes.

Russian ruble euro conversion

For the Russian ruble conversion to euro rate, actual rates are used. The official abbreviation for the currency of Russia is RUB. The value of the Russian ruble can also be expressed in other currencies. Enter how much ruble you want to convert, select the currency of your choice and we calculate the Russian ruble exchange rate against the chosen currency for you.

Russian Ruble (RUB) Wiki

The Russian ruble is the currency of Russia. From 1917 to 1991 it was the currency of the Soviet Union. There are 1, 4, 10 and 50 kopeck coins and 1, 2, 5 and 10 rubles. 1 ruble is therefore 100 kopecks. Banknotes are available in the values 10, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and 5000 rubles. The exchange rate of the Russian ruble and the euro is separate. The Russian ruble exchange rate has been subject to considerable inflation over the years. For example, a new ruble was introduced in 1998 after a period of hyperinflation.