Roushie ruble

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Roushie ruble
Российский рубль (in Roushie)[1]
Banknote 5000 rubles (1997) front.jpg Rouble coins.png
5,000 rubles (2006)Cunyies
ISO 4217 codeRUB
Central bankBank o Roushie
 Wabsteidwww.cbr.ru
Uiser(s) Roushie
Abkhazie Abkhazie
South Ossetia Sooth Ossetie
 Luhansk Fowkrepublic
 Donetsk Fowkrepublic
Inflation15.6%, Julie 2015
 Soorce[2]
 MethodCPI
Subunit
 1/100kopeyka (копейка[3])
Seembol₽ (RUB),   руб (colloquially)
 kopeyka (копейка[3])коп. / к.
PluralThe leid(s) o this siller alang(s) tae the Slavic leids. There is mair nor ane way tae construct plural forms.
Coins
 Freq. uised10, 50 kopeks, 1, 2, 5, 10, 25[4] rubles
 Rarely uised1, 5 kopeks
Banknotes
 Freq. uised50, 100, 500, 1000, 5000 rubles
 Rarely uised5, 10 rubles
PrinterGoznak
 Wabsteidwww.goznak.ru
MintMoscow Mint an Saunt Petersburg Mint

The ruble or rouble (Roushie: рубль, rublʹ, plural рубли́, rubli) (code: RUB) is the siller o Roushie an the twa pairtially recognised republics o Abkhazie an Sooth Ossetie.

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  1. Abkhaz: амааҭ; Bashkir: һум; Chuvash: тенкӗ; Komi: шайт; Lak: къуруш; Mari: теҥге; Ossetic: сом; Tatar: сум; Udmurt: манет; Sakha: солкуобай
  2. "Цены возобновили рост после трех месяцев падения :: Экономика :: РБК". Top.rbc.ru. Retrieved 2015-08-30. 
  3. Tatar: тиен; Bashkir: тин; Chuvash: пус; Ossetic: капекк; Udmurt: коны; Mari: ыр; Sakha: харчы
  4. "Монеты | Банкноты и монеты | Банк России". Cbr.ru. Retrieved 2015-08-30.