Ruble Ends Three-Day Rally as Oil Retreats Before Doha MeetingBy
Pimco buys ruble on ‘cheap’ valuations amid oil's 2016 rally
Russia's Finance Ministry sells 27 billion rubles of bonds
Russia’s ruble fell, erasing earlier gains as oil weakened following data showing the market remains oversupplied and investors speculated about whether a weekend meeting between producers will lead to an agreement to freeze output.
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