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What do I need to know about the Russian currency, the ruble?

The ruble is one of the oldest currencies in Europe. It has its roots in the 1200s. However, it has not been as stable as such U.S. dollar or the euro over the past 17 years.

There are quite a few variations of the symbol that represents the Russian currency. The character is quite new as in Soviet times were not allowed to freely switch ruble to foreign currencies.

 

 

What is the price level in Russia, such as Moscow? (March 2012)

1 EURO = about 40 rubles (March 2012) russisk currency Russisk rubles s Russ Lava Tilt

1 bottle of vodka Russian Smirnoff 0.7 costs about 200 rubles (about 5 Euro)

1 pack of Marlboro costs about 40 rubles (one Euro)

1 ticket in the subway costs 25 rubles (less than 1 Euro)

1 loaf of edible bread costs about 19 ​​rubles (less than 1 Euro)

1 package drinkable milk costs about 20 rubles (less than 1 Euro)

1 kg aple costs about 45 rubles (one Euro)

1 liter of gasoline costs about 26 rubles (less than 1 Euro)

1 liter of Diesel costs about 19 ​​rubles (less than 1 Euro)

One meal at McDonalds in Moscow about 460 rubles (about 10 Euro)

1 Russian retire the national average = 11,000 rubles (about 250 Euro)

1 salary of  policeman = 40 000 rubles (about 1000 Euro)

1 salary of an industry worker = 35 000 rubles

1 months rent in Moscow, not gated community = 45 000 rubles (about 1000 Euro) You pay no rent, however if you own their home, then pay about 50 Euro / month for municipal bills and electricity.

Inflation is at least 13 percent a year. But not in 2009 when it reached a record low, less than 8 percent.

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