1 Australian dollar - 21.4077 rubles
1,000 Belarusian rubles - 11.9569 rubles
10 Danish krones - 47.0592 rubles
1 US dollar - 25.6934 rubles
1 euro - 35.0586 rubles
100 Icelandic krones - 40.1083 rubles
100 Kazakh tenges - 21.3188 rubles
1 Canadian dollar - 23.0372 rubles
10 Chinese yuan - 33.2838 rubles
1 new Turkish lira - 19.3183 rubles
10 Norwegian krones - 43.1003 rubles
1 unit of conditional drawing rights - 39.2544 rubles
1 Singapore dollar - 16.9761 rubles
10 Ukrainian hryvnias - 50.7935 rubles
1 British pound sterling - 51.5358 rubles
10 Swedish kronas - 38.2052 rubles
1 Swiss franc - 21.3436 rubles
100 Japanese yen - 21.6402 rubles
The foreign currency exchange rates to the ruble of the Russian Federation entail no obligation on the part of the Bank of Russia to buy or sell the currencies according to the above rates.
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