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  • n. Plural form of kopeck.

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Examples

  • At the same time, the regulator will now shift the borders of the basket's corridor by five kopecks after buying or selling $500 million worth of foreign currency.

    Russian Central Bank Widens Trading Band

  • The ruble gained 0.3% to 34.32 rubles against the basket of dollars and euros as the central bank shifted its trading band five kopecks lower, allowing the ruble to strengthen, a banking analyst said.

    Ruble Rallies Against Dollar-Euro Basket

  • The Russian currency added 0.3% to 34.32 rubles against the basket of dollars and euros as the central bank shifted its trading band five kopecks lower, allowing the ruble to strengthen, a banking analyst said.

    Dollar Weakens, Ruble Strengthens

  • To slow the ruble's rise, the central bank defends the boundaries of its trading corridor with $700 million in foreign currency purchases before allowing it to shift 5 kopecks lower.

    Ruble Rises Again As Tide Continues

  • To smooth out the ruble's volatility and keep the currency from rising too quickly, the central bank defends the boundaries of its trading band with $700 million in foreign currency purchases before allowing it to shift five kopecks lower.

    Ruble Climbs to 15-Month High

  • The central bank didn't confirm the move, but the central bank typically moves the band five kopecks for every $700 million in interventions conducted at the band's limits.

    Ruble Hits 13-Month High Vs Basket

  • The bank's trading band appears to have shifted down 10 kopecks down to between 34.90 rubles and 37.90 rubles, said Vladimir Bragin, chief economist at National Bank Trust.

    Ruble Hits 13-Month High Vs Basket

  • To smooth out the ruble's volatility and keep the currency from strengthening too quickly, the central bank defends the boundaries of its trading band with $700 million in foreign currency purchases before allowing it to shift five kopecks lower.

    Ruble Climbs to 15-Month High

  • Down the chain, the mayor of a small town can attempt to extort a few kopecks from the owner of a local ice cream parlor or car mechanic if the latter is not already under criminal or police protection.

    From The Kremlin On Down

  • At the end of the lesson, I know I should ask Irina Petrovna for three kopecks—a minuscule amount, the price of a glass of water with syrup squirting out of vending machines at every railway station.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

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