Russia Unexpectedly Cuts Repo Rate on Ruble Liquidity RiskAgnes Lovasz and Denis Maternovsky
Russia’s central bank unexpectedly cut its repurchase rate and raised the rate it pays on deposits to avert a potential ruble shortage in money markets as a slower global economy threatens the world’s biggest energy exporter.
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