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Russian shares slump as Moscow protesters detained

Russian shares slumped the most in three months after Moscow police detained hundreds of people protesting Vladimir Putin’s presidential election win.

6th March, 2012
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Vladimir Putin won another six years in the Kremlin this week.

Russian shares slumped the most in three months after Moscow police detained hundreds of people protesting Vladimir Putin’s presidential election win and as concern global growth will founder hurt commodity prices.

The 30-stock Micex tumbled 2.8 per cent a short time ago in Moscow, poised for the biggest drop since December 12th. United Co. Rusal, the world’s largest aluminum producer, sank 6.2 per cent, and OAO GMK Norilsk Nickel, the biggest producer of...

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