Ruble Drops Most in Week Since January as Rates Left UnchangedBy
Bank of Russia holds benchmark rate at 10.5%, citing inflation
Currency is second-worst performer in emerging markets in July
The ruble had its steepest weekly decline since January after a decision by Russian policy makers to leave rates unchanged failed to bolster the currency as crude poised to enter a bear market.
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