Ruble Gains on Oil as Credit Risk Falls on Easing Crimea TensionBy
Investors comforted by lack of headlines over weekend: Nomura
Hedge funds trimmed bets last week that ruble will climb
The ruble advanced the most in emerging Europe and the cost of insuring Russian debt against default dropped as calls for an easing of tensions in Crimea allowed investors to focus on the rally in oil.
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