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Euro Fetches Less Than 60 Rubles for First Time in 2015

The euro fetched less than 60 rubles for the first time since Nov. 26 on Tuesday.

At 10:15 GMT the euro was at 60 against the Russian currency after setting a 2015 low of 59.90.

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