Russia’s Ruble Slides With Bonds as Brexit Sparks Growth ConcernBy
Government OFZ yields headed for 19bps increase in week
Brent crude set for longest streak of losses since January
Russia’s ruble declined and government borrowing costs climbed to the highest in almost two weeks as oil sank and investor appetite for emerging market assets ebbed before the U.K.’s Brexit vote.
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