Referential RUB based on CPI

# Referential RUB

The following table provides the inflator/deflator multiplier for calculating referential Russian rubles (rRUB). It is based on the average annual CPI (Consumer Price Index) for the Russian Federation (Rate Inflation, 20121). The formula is the following:

 rRUB = nominal RUB + (nominal RUB * multiplier)
Year CPI A.Avg Base 2010 multiplier
1995 20.6 325.1 14.7816
1996 30.4 325.1 9.6941
1997 34.9 325.1 8.3152
1998 44.6 325.1 6.2892
1999 82.8 325.1 2.9263
2000 100.0 325.1 2.2510
2001 121.5 325.1 1.6757
2002 140.7 325.1 1.3106
2003 159.9 325.1 1.0331
2004 177.3 325.1 0.8336
2005 199.8 325.1 0.6271
2006 219.1 325.1 0.4838
2007 238.8 325.1 0.3614
2008 304.3 325.1 0.0684
2009 304.3 325.1 0.0684
2010 325.1 325.1 0.0000
2011 352.6 325.1 -0.0780
2012 370.4 325.1 -0.1223
2013* 381.5 325.1 -0.1479
2014* 393.0 325.1 -0.1727
2015* 404.7 325.1 -0.1968
2016* 416.9 325.1 -0.2202
2017* 429.4 325.1 -0.2429
2018* 442.3 325.1 -0.2649
2019* 455.5 325.1 -0.2863
2020* 469.2 325.1 -0.3071
2021* 483.3 325.1 -0.3273
(*It assumes a 3% inflation rate for each year after 2012. These multipliers should be substituted with their real inflation values as soon as they are known.)
References
1. RATE INFLATION (2012). Russian Consumer Price Index (CPI) history. Retrieved from Rate Inflation on 19 May 2013.

## Author

Jose D PEREZGONZALEZ (2013). Massey University, Turitea Campus, Private Bag 11-222, Palmerston North 4442, New Zealand. ().

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