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About the RSD to RUB exchange rate

Today's RSD-RUB Commentary

Examining the highest and lowest levels of the RSD-RUB interbank rate, we can see a very significative difference (5.71%) between the maximum value of RSD 1 = RUB 0.5505 recorded on August 1 and the minimum level of RSD 1 = RUB 0.5191 reached on August 2. A difference like this means that if you were for example sending 3,000 RSD on August 1 you would have received 94.25 RUB more than on August 2.

Conversion Rates RSD/RUB

1 RSD 0.538681 RUB
50 RSD 26.934026 RUB
100 RSD 53.868051 RUB
200 RSD 107.736103 RUB
500 RSD 269.340257 RUB
1,000 RSD 538.680513 RUB
3,500 RSD 1,885 RUB
5,000 RSD 2,693 RUB
10,000 RSD 5,387 RUB
100,000 RSD 53,868 RUB
Source XE.com | Last updated 3 hours ago

Conversion Rates RUB/RSD

1 RUB 1.856388 RSD
1,000 RUB 1,856 RSD
2,000 RUB 3,713 RSD
5,000 RUB 9,282 RSD
10,000 RUB 18,564 RSD
20,000 RUB 37,128 RSD
30,000 RUB 55,692 RSD
50,000 RUB 92,819 RSD
100,000 RUB 185,639 RSD
500,000 RUB 928,194 RSD
Source XE.com | Last updated 3 hours ago

Key facts about RSD and RUB

  • About the Serbian dinar

    Name:
    Serbian dinar
    Symbol:
    РСД
    Minor unit:
    1/100 Para
    Central Bank:
    National Bank of Serbia
    Country:
    Serbia
  • About the Russian ruble

    Name:
    Russian ruble
    Symbol:
    Minor unit:
    1/100 kopek
    Central Bank:
    Bank of Russia
    Countries:
    Russia, Tajikistan
    Rank in the most traded currencies:
    #18

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