© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A view shows a Russian rouble coin and a U.S. dollar banknote in this picture illustration
MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian ruble lost over 1 percent on Wednesday, falling to 66.55 to the dollar in late trading after U.S. senators introduced new sanctions legislation against Russia.
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