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Moscow/Brussels — Russia is seizing on a market rally after the US election to sell its first Eurobond in more than a year.

The sale will allow Russia to lock in low borrowing costs now in case US president-elect Joe Biden takes a tougher stance towards Moscow. Emerging-market bond yields fell to a record low this week on expectations of increased stimulus and a coronavirus vaccine...

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