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Moscow Exchange bans short selling of euro instruments -Breaking


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: An office with the Moscow Exchange logo can be seen in Moscow on March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Shamil Zahumatov

MOSCOW (Reuters), – Friday’s announcement by the Moscow Exchange that it had banned short sales of Euro currency and other stock instruments was a sign that Russian authorities have taken further steps to stabilize its shattered markets.

The West placed a variety of financial and economic sanctions on Russia in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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