MOSCOW, July 29- Russia's finance ministry said in a statement on Tuesday it was cancelling this week's treasury bond auction due to "unfavourable market conditions". This is the second straight week the ministry has cancelled the auction. The ministry holds its weekly domestic bonds sales on Wednesdays and announces the planned sales volume on Tuesday.» Read More
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Ex-Goldman VP Fabrice Tourre asked a federal judge to dismiss the SEC case against him or set a new trial.
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