Russia’s Ruble Shakes Off August Blues With First Gain in DecadeBy
Currency gets boost from oil, second-best carry trade in 2016
Bonds little changed, 10-year yields head for monthly decline
The Russian ruble headed for its first gain in August in a decade as a jump in oil prices and high domestic rates helped lure investors hunting returns in riskier emerging-market assets.
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