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Global economy to weather conflict, but risks around supply

The escalation of the conflict in Ukraine has increased the risks posed to the global economy, but we still expect the broader effects to be relatively contained given limited trade and financial exposures to Russia. If more severe adverse consequences were to materialise, we think that they would be more likely to relate to trade and supply shortages than to financial market disruption.

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