Emerging Currencies Weaken as Odds of December Fed Move IncreaseBy and
Russian ruble leads losses among developing-nation peers
Equities end four-day gain as raw-material stocks decline
Emerging-market currencies fell for a second day as traders became increasingly convinced that the Federal Reserve will raise U.S. interest rates as soon as next month, damping demand for riskier assets as the dollar strengthens.
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