Exchange traded funds holding Russian equities will end 2014 the same way they started the year: In topsy turvy fashion.

Last week, ETFs such as the Market Vectors Russia ETF (NYSEArca: RSX), jumped after Russia’s Central bank boosted its benchmark interest rate to 17% from 10.5%. The rate hike was the second since in a week and in the span of less than a week Russian borrowing costs have more than doubled from 8%.

By the end of last week, some options traders were betting on gains for RSX with RSX’s call-to-put ratio reaching its highest levels of the month. That bullish activity was seen as a sign that RSX, a notoriously volatile ETF, was set for calmer days ahead. [Options Traders Turn Bullish on Russia ETFs]

The options market quickly changed its on mind on RSX.

“Taking a quick step back, puts traded at 1.3 times the average daily pace on Monday. The vast majority of the day’s action centered on RSX’s January 2015 11-strike put, where two large blocks totaling 30,150 contracts were bought to open for $753,750 (number of contracts * $0.25 premium paid * 100 shares per contract),” reports Karee Venema for Schaeffer’s Options Center.