Longest selloff since 2000 continues, as investors prepare for U.S. rate increases and worry about Chinese yuan.
By Natasha Doff and Elena Popina, Bloomberg|August 17, 2015 at 08:36 AM
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Emerging-market currencies fell, extending the longest stretch of weekly declines since 2000, as Malaysian assets tumbled, Turkey’s lira touched a record low for a third day, and the ruble and Russian stocks retreated amid a slump in oil.
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