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Russia and the sanctions threat

Developments in the US Senate indicate that sanctions on Russia are likely to tighten in the coming months. Historically, the introduction (or threat) of sanctions has tended to result in a long-lasting premium on Russian dollar bonds and the currency. But unless sanctions escalate dramatically, the impact on GDP growth should be limited.

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