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Hot spots in emerging markets this week: SA and Russia

Dubai - South African bonds will trade on Monday carrying junk grades from two ratings agencies for the first time since 2000, while Russian assets may come under pressure as tension between President Vladimir Putin’s government and the US escalates after an American missile attack in Syria.

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