Ukraine invasion: Russia hikes key interest rate to 20% after rouble slumps to record low

Russia’s central bank has raised its key interest rate from 9.5% to 20% in an attempt to shore up the rouble after it plunged to a record low.

The currency plummeted after Western nations imposed new sanctions on the country for its invasion of Ukraine.

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