Ruble Symbol

On 11 December 2013, the Bank of Russia approved the graphic symbol of the ruble (ruble symbol) in the form of a capital letter ‘P’ — the Cyrillic alphabet version of the letter ‘R’ — with an extra horizontal line, as pictured. In compliance with Article 4 of the Federal Law ‘On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)’, the approval of the ruble symbol is one of the Bank of Russia’s functions. The design approved by the Bank of Russia garnered more than 61% of the public vote, which was open on the central bank’s website between 5 November and 5 December 2013.

Ruble Symbol

The graphic symbol of the ruble is a Cyrillic capital letter ‘P’ with a horizontal stroke creating an impression of two parallel lines symbolising sustainability of the Russian ruble.

The symbol may be printed in roman type or in italics.

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