Ruble Jumps on Crude as Morgan Stanley Sees Limited Brexit PainBy
Currency also getting support from companies paying taxes
Sanctions have cut Russia’s external exposure: Morgan Stanley
The ruble strengthened for the first day in three amid climbing oil prices and exporters buying the currency to pay taxes as Morgan Stanley predicted Britain’s decision to leave the European Union would have a muted impact on Russia.
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