This page contains the current value of the US dollar against the Russian ruble. To online monitor the dynamics of exchange rate, a graph on the page quotations.
Dollar of the United States of America (currency sign – $, bank code: USD) – the monetary unit of the United States, one of the major reserve currencies in the world. 1 Dollar = 100 cents. The right to the issue of money has the Federal Reserve System (Eng. Federal Reserve System), performed in the US as the central bank.
The US dollar also has the status of the national currency, in some other countries (eg, Marshall Islands, El Salvador).
Ruble – the monetary unit of the Russian Federation, also used on the territory of the Republic of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Letter code of the Russian ruble in ISO 4217 – RUB, digital – 643; RUR (810) code was used prior to 1998 denomination. This digital code – 810 – is still used for numbering bank accounts at the moment.
On the territory of the Russian ruble is used with the XIII century. Initially, it was the equivalent of an entire hryvnia or its half.
Modern Russian ruble actually appeared in December 1991 in parallel with the Soviet ruble, which remained in circulation until September 1993. All Soviet coins issued in 1961-1991, respectively, as well as coins of 1, 2 and 3 pennies, issued before 1961, formally remained legal tender until 31 December 1998, and in 1999-2001, could be exchanged for the Russian money in a ratio of 1000: 1.