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Rouble pulls up from record low with war in Ukraine, sanctions in focus

The Russian rouble firmed on Friday, pulling up from all-time lows hit in the previous session when President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian forces to invade Ukraine.

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The Russian rouble firmed on Friday, pulling up from all-time lows hit in the previous session when President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian forces to invade Ukraine. No Russian assets were left unscathed in heavy shelling on Thursday after Russian forces fired missiles at several Ukrainian cities and landed troops on its south coast. The fighting continued on Friday.
 
At 0603 GMT, the rouble was 0.7% stronger against the dollar at 84.72, after hitting a record low of 89.60 in highly volatile trading the day before. Against the euro, the rouble gained 0.5% to trade at 94.78 , having hit an

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First Published: Feb 25 2022 | 1:24 PM IST

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