Ruble Falls With Bonds as Truce Violated: Russia Reality CheckDavid Wilson
As markets react in real time to Russia’s incursion into Crimea and the annexation of the Black Sea peninsula, the ruble fell from the strongest level since January and bonds declined after pro-Russian rebels violated a cease-fire in Ukraine.
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