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Petro-currencies are decoupling from oil (USD, DXY, JPY, NZD, NOK)

Although oil's been all over the place the last few days, petro-currencies have remained relatively stable. For example, the Russian ruble and the Norwegian krone are both little changed at 63.9059 per dollar and 8.1114 per dollar, respectively, as of 7:49 a.m. ET Meanwhile, Brent crude oil is up by 1.5% at $47.21 and WTI crude is higher by 1.2% at $45.19 on Wednesday morning.
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