Brexit Jitters No Hurdle as Russia Meets Borrowing Plan: ChartBy and
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov, facing the widest budget deficit in half a decade, fulfilled his borrowing plan by more than 99 percent for the second quarter in a row, the best result since at least 2010, ministry data show. A rebound in oil and bets the central bank will resume an easing cycle helped offset jitters about Britain’s vote to leave the European Union and lingering concern over sanctions imposed on Russia as punishment for its role in the Ukraine conflict.
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