China Rate Move Gives Emerging Stocks Biggest Jolt in Two YearsBy and
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Emerging-market stocks gained the most in two years, recovering from a seven-day selloff, and Russia’s ruble led gains in currencies as China’s steps to stimulate the economy bolstered appetite for riskier assets.
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