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Personal Savings and the Russian Ruble.

In Investment Returns on March 30, 2011 by CQCA

The Russian Ruble has been the most inflated currency of all the top-twenty economies. If a Russian were to invest RUB 1.00 in a one-year time deposit in 1996, the depositor would have RUB 3.41 in 2010.

The M2 supply of Russian Rubles increased from RUB 288.3 billion in 1996 to RUB 18,264.9 billion in 2010. Indexed, that would be an increase from 1.00 in 1996 to 63.35 in 2010.

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