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Russia's Central Bank Flip-Flops on Need to Build Up Reserves to $500Bln
High reserves can protect the country from the effects of sanctions.
Russia May Be Done Raising Rates After 2018 Hikes, Central Banker Says
Russia's central bank will not need to raise interest rates further if it considers the impact of its two rate increases last year to be enough
Russia’s Foreign Debt Shrinks to Decade Low
Russia’s public and private debt declined by 12.4 percent to $453.75 billion as of Dec. 31 — its lowest level since April 1, 2009.
Russia Dumps $101 Bln From Dollar Reserves in Pivot to China
Russia has been trying to reduce exposure to assets that could be affected by U.S. restrictions.
Russia Unexpectedly Hikes Interest Rate as Inflation Risks Mount
Russia’s central bank unexpectedly increased borrowing costs for the second time this year.
Russian Central Banker Nabiullina Named in Forbes' List of Most Powerful Women
Nabiullina has garnered praise for her handling of challenges including the free floating of the Russian ruble in 2014 and Russia’s growing political...
Russian Central Banker Retires, Tied to Suspected Agent Held by U.S.
Torshin is believed to have directed Maria Butina, accused of operating as a Russian agent in Washington earlier this year.
Bank of Russia Hikes Interest Rates For the First Time Since 2014
Russia’s central bank unexpectedly raised interest rates as inflation risks mount with a slumping currency and threats of U.S. sanctions
Cost of Lending Should Fall in Russia, Medvedev Says
"We are planning to strive for lower cost of loans," Medvedev told an annual Moscow Financial Forum.
Goldman, Citi Decry Russian Plan to Limit Funds Held Abroad
The central bank proposed the restrictions in response to the threat of new sanctions against Russia from the U.S. and Europe.
Russian Central Bank Buys More Gold in Face of Tougher Sanctions
Moscow is dumping American assets to shield itself from the growing risk of harsher sanctions, analysts say.
Russia Wants to Dodge Sanctions With More Secret Contracts
A new proposal will help Russian state firms avoid incurring U.S. sanctions by hiding information about some public contracts from disclosure.
Russian Bank Blames Millennials for Threatening Pension System
Millennials tend to spend money on experiences that are not forward-looking, Russia's Central Bank said.
Russia Unveils New 100-Ruble Bill Before FIFA World Cup
The technicolor bill depicts legendary Soviet goalkeeper Lev Yashin, easter eggs and a QR code.
Trump Might Get Thank-You Notes for Russian Bond Sanctions
Investors are waiting for a Treasury report due by Jan. 29 analyzing the implications of sanctions on sovereign ruble bonds, a third of which are held...
Capital Flight from Russia Soars to $31.3 Bln in 2017
It marked a 160 percent increase from 2016.
Russia Promotes New Rubles with Dabbing Babushka Music Video
Russia’s central bank published a slick music video remake of the popular “Vladivostok 2000” song
This Russian Doomsayer Doesn’t Believe in Banks, But He Runs One
“If you tell me that you need to build a bank, then don’t come to me or our team.”
How Russia's Bank Clean-Up Got Hijacked and Landed a Senator in Jail
The cleanup of Russia’s banking sector is proving dangerous for some owners
Russia Unveils QR-Coded 200, 2,000 Ruble Bills
Russia’s Central Bank and Goznak, the national mint, unveiled new 200- and 2,000-ruble bills on Thursday
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