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Russia GDP (Q1) and Consumer Prices (Apr.)

The 5.4% y/y rise in Russian GDP in Q1 was a touch stronger than expected and, taken together with the rise in inflation in April, adds further evidence to the view that the war effort is causing the economy to overheat.

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