Russia appears to miss its foreign debt payments deadline, falling into default.


The Russian Central Bank headquarters in Moscow. The head of the bank, Elvira Nabiullina, has said that there won’t be any immediate consequences of a default.Maxim Shemetov/ReutersRussia appeared to be falling into default on its international debt on Monday as a grace period to make a payment expired, the latest sign of how isolated Russia…

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