RUSSIA'S INVASION OF UKRAINE

Documenting the global economic impact of the war in Ukraine courtesy of data and analysis from within the CEIC Data platform.

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Isolated Russia: Ripple Effects on Global Economy

Explore our extensive data series below from the CEIC Data platform (CDMNext) with coverage and analysis on the global economic impact of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The series focuses on Trade & Commodities, Supply Chains, Inflation and Finance & Investments.

 
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Impact of the War on Ukraine | Regional Insights 

CEIC Data will be releasing insights related to the economic situation following Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the effects this has had on China, India and Brazil. Our insights look into four main channels: trade and commodities, supply chains, inflation as well as finance and investment. 

Isolated Russia: The Devastating Blow of Sanctions on the Russian Economy

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Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine had a rattling effect on the global economy but it also unleashed economic sanctions of an unprecedented scale This insight illustrates the short-term effects that became immediately visible after the invasion started, as well as to suggest which important economic indicators could be affected in the medium to long term. The insight offers soft data on business and consumer sentiment which often give early signals for the current condition of the economy. In addition, forecasts from different sources are available within this insight. 
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Russia-Ukraine's War Impact on China: A Closer Look at the China-Russia Economic Ties

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What with China being the world's industrial powerhouse and Russia being the world's top energy exporter, there is no doubt that China's energy imports from Russia are the highlight of bilateral economic ties. The energy ties between both nations had already become close before the war and they will very likely be further enhanced with the expected international bans on oil and gas imports from Russia. An interesting aspect of the ever-growing energy trade between Russia and China is the shift of currencies used in settlements. 

 

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Russia-Urakine's War Impact on India: Is There a Silver Lining?

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India’s economic activity has been gradually recovering from the two major waves of COVID-19 thanks to the improved management of the situation on behalf of central and state governments, backed by a rigorous vaccination drive. However, the onset of the Russia-Ukraine war has cast a shadow on the growth trajectory of the country, due to the multiple channels of impact on India. This insight covers trade, inflation, financial markets and government finances. 

 

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Sanctions on Russia May Hit Brazil Crop Production, Push Inflation Up

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Despite accounting for only 3% of Brazil’s total import value in December 2021, trade with the Russian Federation is extremely relevant for the Brazilian economy. Brazil imported 85% of the total amount of fertilizers used in its territory in 2021 (in 2017 it was 76%), according to the National Association for the Diffusion of Fertilizers (ANDA), with the Russian Federation being the main supplier, accounting for 23% of Brazil’s imports of the product.

 

 

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Weekly Charts

Explore our data charts below, providing a weekly scope on how Russia's invasion of Ukraine is affecting economies and industries across the world. Each chart is accompanied by analysis provided by CEIC Data's economic researchers.

India's INR/USD exchange rate continues to depreciate | May 24th 2022

 

The INR/USD exchange rate continued to depreciate until May 17, touching a record high of 77.65 against the USD. In April 2022, it suffered a depreciation of 0.8% m/m, which is likely to continue as India bears the impact of the continued war in Ukraine. India’s widening current account deficit, driven by the elevated crude oil prices globally, has asserted an upward pressure on the currency. This was exacerbated by the global monetary tightening in many advanced markets such as the US, and even emerging markets such as Brazil, which have led to capital outflows from the country. India too, joined the monetary tightening group on May 4, 2022, as the monetary policy committee under the Reserve Bank of India hiked the repo rate by 40 basis points to 4.4% p.a. The foreign exchange reserves held by the Reserve Bank of India has supported the central bank in stabilizing the INR against unprecedented depreciation, but the reserves have declined to USD 600bn on April 22, from USD 617.6bn at the end of March.

 

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Price expectations of Russian enterprises | May 23rd 2022

 

Price expectations of Russian enterprises moderated in April 2022. The 3 month inflation outlook dropped to 23.3% from 32.6% in March and the record high 41.8% in February, signalling that inflationary pressures in Russia have moderated, after the shock in the immediate aftermath of the invasion of Ukraine.

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Poland Imports From Russia | May 20th 2022

 

Poland imported goods from Russia worth USD 3.1bn in March 2022, according to new data by Poland's Statistics Office. This translates into a 138.5% y/y increase, accelerating from a 76.8% y/y growth rate in February 2022. This is the third straight month of monthly increases and also the third straigh month of acceleration of the yearly growth rate. The March data does not yet reflect the full impact of the western sanctions imposed on Russia, so the April figures might shed more light on the trade relationship between Poland and Russia.

 

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New Automobile Sale in Russia | May 13th 2022

 

Sales of new automobiles in Russia fell to their lowest level on record in April 2022. Only 32,706 cars were sold on the domestic market, a drop of 78.5% y/y, larger than the one registered during the first COVID-19 wave in April 2020. Already in decline due to the global shortage in microchips, the Russian automobile market was additionally hit by the war in Ukraine, as the resulting sanctions caused a sharp increase in prices and low demand. 

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Ukraine: Merchandise Exports Distribution | May 10th 2022

 

Over 43% of Ukraine's merchandise exports were manufactured goods, occupying the biggest share, followed by food with 40.5% share, according to data by the World Bank. Food exports have grown substantially during the last 10 years. In 2011 for example their share was 18.8%. According to the latest an April 20200 FAO report, in 2021, wheat exports by Russia and Ukraine combined accounted for about 30 percent of the global market. For the sunflower oil this combined share is even larger (55%). 

 

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Unemployment Rate in Russia | May 4th 2022

 

Unemployment in Russia remained unchanged in March 2022, staying at a record-low of 4.1%, despite the mass exodus of foreign companies as a result of the wide ranging sanctions following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. However, most workers in foreign companies have been furloughed so they are not registered as unemployed for the time being. According to the IMF, unemployment in Russia might reach 9.3% by the end of the year.

 

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Brazil's Fuel Prices Jump in March | May 2nd 2022

 

The skyrocketing oil prices caused by the war have increased fuel prices in Brazil. The national average gasoline price reached a record high of BRL 7 per litre in March, compared to BRL 6.6 in February and BRL 5.48 in March 2021. Prices of diesel and compressed natural gas also registered record highs in the third month of 2022, of BRL 6.29 per litre and BRL 4.73 per cubic metre, respectively. In addition, prices of ethanol stood at BRL 4.8, a 19.9% y/y increase, reflecting the lower harvest of sugarcane in 2021 following adverse weather conditions.

Fuel prices were the main contributors to the 1.6 m/m increase in Brazil's consumer inflation rate in March. The subindex of transportation rose by a seasonally adjusted 3% m/m, supported by a 6.7% m/m jump in consumer fuel prices. The annual consumer inflation in the country recorded 11.3% y/y in March, compared to 10.54% y/y in February.

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Euro Area Imports from Russia | April 26th 2022

 

The Euro Area imported goods worth EUR 16.23bn from Russia in February, Eurostat data shows. This is a record high and 111.7% more than the same month in 2021. This makes Russia the third-largest import partner of the currency block in that month. The value of imports from Russia has been following a steep upward path ever since the spring of 2020. The annual change rate, on the other hand, stays between 80% y/y and 140% y/y since April 2021.

 

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Economic expectations for Germany | April 19th 2022

 

Germany's financial markets' experts stay pessimistic in April in terms of the economic outlook. The economic expectations indicator published by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim declined further following the plunge in March due to the Russian military invasion in Ukraine and the subsequent sanctions imposed on Russia. The index reached -41% in April compared to -39.3% in the previous month. The current situation indicator also declined but not as fast and not to such a low level. It fell to -30.8% compared to -21.4% in March. The data breakdown of the expectations index reveals that a bigger share of the respondents expect no change (29.4% in April compared to 21.5% in March), while the shares of both optimists and pessimists have shrunk. The ZEW Indicator is constructed as the difference between the percentage share of analysts who are optimistic and the share of analysts who are pessimistic about the German economy. The participants in the survey are up to 350 financial market experts.

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Brazil's Food-At-Home Inflation Jumps During the War | April 19th 2022

 

Brazil's food-at-home inflation sub-index rose by 3.6pp to 13.7% y/y in March, reflecting higher prices of fertilizers and fuels amid the Russia-Ukraine war. Notably, prices of tubers, roots, and vegetables rose by 55.9% y/y in March, supported by higher prices of carrots (+166.2% y/y), tomatoes (+94.6% y/y), and soybean oil (+23.8% y/y). In addition, prices of bottled gas - widely used for cooking - rose by 29.6% y/y. The overall consumer inflation in Brazil stood at 11.3% y/y in March, compared to 10.54% y/y in the previous month.

 

 

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Crude Oil Price Russia against Saudi Arabia | April 11th 2022

 

While Saudi Arabia has long been the largest oil importer to China, in the past decade Russia has been catching up quickly, with crude oil exports to China growing by double digits in most years. In 2016 Russia for the first time surpassed Saudi Arabia to become China’s largest crude oil importer. It did so in 2017 and 2018 as well and since 2019 Saudi Arabia regained the first place. What's interesting is that since 2019, the price of imported oil from Russia has been lower than that of Saudi Arabia every year. For example, in 2021, China paid USD 498.55 per ton to Saudi Arabia while paying USD 495.35 per ton for Russia's oil.

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Elevated Fuel Prices Pose High Inflation Risk for India | April 11th 2022


The increase in crude oil prices as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine impacted India, which is a net oil importing nation, with a negative terms of trade shock. While diesel and petrol prices increased after a lag, they increased by a substantial 11.2% and 10% between March 21 and April 11. While global crude oil prices have climbed below USD 100 per barrel since April 7, 2022, fuel prices have remained sticky and yet to come down.

 

 

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Manufacturing activity in Russia | April 5th 2022

 

Manufacturing activity in Russia dropped at its fastest pace since May 2020, according to March 2022 seasonally adjusted data for the S&P Global manufacturing PMI. Manufacturing PMI fell to 44.1 from 48.6 in February, on the back of strong contraction in output and new orders, as well as employment. The services PMI decreased even more, falling to 38.1 from 52.1 in February, while the composite PMI dropped to 37.7 from 50.8 in the previous month.

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China Energy Imports from Russia | April 1st 2022

 

It's fair to say that energy products play such a vital role in China-Russia relations. According to China Customs data, in 2021, China's energy imports from Russia reached USD 50.96bn, accounting for more than 64% of China's total imports from Russia. To be more specific, crude oil dominates the China-Russia trade relations. In 2021, crude oil alone accounted for nearly 50% of China’s total imports from Russia. Russia’s crude oil exports to China have become increasingly important as their share in China's total oil imports is growing steadily from 6% in 2010 to 16% in 2021.

 

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Russia's Exports to Brazil | March 29th 2022

 

In an effort to strengthen the ruble and decrease its currency settlement inflow of USD and EUR, Russian president Putin has announced that “unfriendly” countries will have to pay for Russian gas in rubles, within 7 days of his announcement on March 23, 2022. Russia’s current currency settlement inflow is dominated by USD and EUR, at 53.9% and 29.8% of total, compared to just 14.8% in RUB. Most contracts for Russian gas exports are in EUR, so it is unclear whether EU countries would comply with Russian intentions.

 

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Euro Area: Consumer Confidence March 29th 2022

 

Two of the popular global commodities spot indices are back on an upward path again. The S&P Goldman Sachs and the Bloomberg Commodity spot indices, which are used as a benchmark for commodities investments, are exhibiting quite volatile movements reflecting the uncertainty on the global markets. They were already unnerved in the beginning of 2022, as investors were absorbing the expectations that the interest rate hikes in the US will happen earlier than previously estimated. However, Russia's military invasion in Ukraine and the subsequent Western sanctions caused a spike in the indicators in the end of February, followed by a decrease until mid-March and an uptick again. As of March 21st, the S&P Goldman Sachs index stood at 755.95, with the base year equaling 100 being 1970. The Bloomberg Commodity indicator stood at 125.66 on the same date (100=1990). Both indices include variety of commodities, with the biggest weight in the S&P one attributed to the energy (71.3%), followed by agricultural commodities (13.3%), undustrial metals (6.7%), livestock (6%) and precious metals (2.7%). The target distribution in the Bloomberg spot index is as follows: energy (31.2%), grains (23%), precious metals (16.7%), industrial metals (16.7%), softs (7.7%) which include cocoa, coffee, cotton and sugar, and livestock (5.2%).

 

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Current Composition of Settlement for Goods (Inflow) | March 24th 2022

 

In an effort to strengthen the ruble and decrease its currency settlement inflow of USD and EUR, Russian president Putin has announced that “unfriendly” countries will have to pay for Russian gas in rubles, within 7 days of his announcement on March 23, 2022. Russia’s current currency settlement inflow is dominated by USD and EUR, at 53.9% and 29.8% of total, compared to just 14.8% in RUB. Most contracts for Russian gas exports are in EUR, so it is unclear whether EU countries would comply with Russian intentions.

 

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Global Commodity Spot Indicies March 24th 2022

 

Two of the popular global commodities spot indices are back on an upward path again. The S&P Goldman Sachs and the Bloomberg Commodity spot indices, which are used as a benchmark for commodities investments, are exhibiting quite volatile movements reflecting the uncertainty on the global markets. They were already unnerved in the beginning of 2022, as investors were absorbing the expectations that the interest rate hikes in the US will happen earlier than previously estimated. However, Russia's military invasion in Ukraine and the subsequent Western sanctions caused a spike in the indicators in the end of February, followed by a decrease until mid-March and an uptick again. As of March 21st, the S&P Goldman Sachs index stood at 755.95, with the base year equaling 100 being 1970. The Bloomberg Commodity indicator stood at 125.66 on the same date (100=1990). Both indices include variety of commodities, with the biggest weight in the S&P one attributed to the energy (71.3%), followed by agricultural commodities (13.3%), undustrial metals (6.7%), livestock (6%) and precious metals (2.7%). The target distribution in the Bloomberg spot index is as follows: energy (31.2%), grains (23%), precious metals (16.7%), industrial metals (16.7%), softs (7.7%) which include cocoa, coffee, cotton and sugar, and livestock (5.2%).

 

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US International Air Freight Price Index| March 15th 2022

 

The international air freight prices to and from the United States increased in the last quarter of 2021. They are measured by the index published by the US Bureau of Labour Statistics, which Fed uses to keep an eye on the supply chains disruptions, experienced globally in the wake of the economic recovery from the coronavirus-related crisis. As Russia, a key global commodity exporter, is now under severe sanctions imposed by major Western economies, the possibilities for further supply chains disruptions increase. The inbound index, with base year 2000, jumped in Q1 2020 and kept accelerating to reach 274.3 in Q4 2021. The outbound sub-indicator, on the other hand, is lagging and exhibited a more pronounced increase in the last quarter of 2021 to 211.6.

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Renault's Market Share in RussiaMarch 15th 2022

 

The French automotive giant Renault had a 26.8% market share in Russia in January 2022, slightly less than the December figure (28.9%), according to own estimates. Renault owns the majority stake in AutoVAZ, the manufacturer of the well-known brand Lada. The acquisition of AutoVAZ allowed Renault to expand its market share from roughly 10% to around 30%. The highest figure ever - 33.5% - was reached in May 2020.

 

 

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Russia: Natural Gas Exports Distribution, 2021​ | March 11th 2022

 

Over 50% of Russia's natural gas exports in 2021 were delivered to four countries: Germany, Turkey, Belarus, and Italy. The data by the Russian Federal Customs Service underscores how vulnerable some developed markets are to potential substantial reduction of the gas imports. Germany's share was 23.7% in 2021 or equal to 48.2bn cubic meters. Germany is heavily dependent on Russian gas. Any potential escalation of the conflict in Ukraine and of the economic sanctions imposed on Russia bode severe problems for Germany's energy sector. Even prior to the war, as the tensions between Russia and Ukraine were still in the field of diplomacy, the energy prices were on the rise, pushing consumer inflation on an accelerated path. Germans are traditionally sensitive towards price increases and any reduction of the gas imports and respectively - further price increases might deteriorate consumer and business environment in Euro Area's biggest economy. 

 

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Russia: Crude Oil Exports Distribution, Q3 2021​ | March 11th 2022

 

More than half of Russia's crude oil exports go to only four countries. According to data from the Russian Federal Customs Service, 30.4% or roughly 18mn tons of the crude oil exports were delivered to China in Q3 2021, 16% - to the Netherlands, 8.2% to Germany and 6.7% - to its neighbor and ally Belarus. The third quarter of 2021 is the latest quarter with available data, but these shares have stayed roughly the same during the last five years. The crude oil exports to China began growing around 2010-2011 and from 3.4mn tons in the beginning of 2010 increased to a record high of 20.6mn tons in Q2 2020. 

 

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Ukraine: Trade Balance​ | March 11th 2022

 

Ukraine has been maintaining a trade deficit for five consecutive years from 2016 until 2020. In 2015 the country registered a small surplus of USD 632.5mn. After the annexation of Crimea in 2014 Ukraine and Russia substantially reduced trade relations and the trade deficit, which Ukraine had with Russia, fell to as low as USD 1.6bn in 2016. Ukraine imports from the European Union than its exports. The country posted a USD 4.6bn trade deficit in the full year 2020, according to IMF data. The data for 2021 is only available up until November and it reveals that the trade gaps for the period January-November are USD 1.8n with the EU, which Ukraine aspires to join, and USD 2.2bn with Russia and USD 3.2bn overall.

 

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Developed Markets: Consumer InflationMarch 11th 2022

 

Consumer inflation in many countries has been accelerating in 2021, long before the diplomatic tensions between Ukraine and Russia turned into a full scale war. With the commodities prices on the rise and demand outstripping supply both producer and consumer prices in the US, the Euro Area and other developed markets reached record high levels in 2021. In the US inflation reached 7.5% y/y in January and kept accelerating to 7.9% y/y in February. The Euro Area, which for a long time failed to reach its target inflation of 2%, is now seeing annual price increases well above that level: 5.5% y/y in January and 5.8% y/y in February. Japan, where price changes stayed negative for the whole year until August 2021, are now close to three-year high at 0.5% y/y in the first month of 2022.

 

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Daily News Stories

ISI Emerging Markets Group incorporates CEIC Data and EMIS. A sub-section of the EMIS platform hosts news stories, with over 50,000 published each day. Here are a selection centred around the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Germany, Italy allow local businesses to pay for Russian gas in rubles | May 23, 2022

 

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Russia, Turkey in talks over long-term investments | May 23, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine’s Naftogaz closes 2021 with net profit of UAH 12.02bn |  May 20, 2022

 

 

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Swiss-based insurance giant Zurich becomes latest business to leave Russian market | May 20, 2022

 

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Azovstal’s steelworks to be demolished | May 18, 2022

 

 

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EU slashes eurozone 2022 GDP growth outlook amid ongoing Ukraine war |  May 18, 2022

 

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Russia sees car loans drop 80.7% y/y in April | May 17, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine’s rapeseed production to grow despite war | May 17, 2022

 

 

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Russia nationalizes Renault plant to revive “historical” Soviet-era Moskvitch car |  May 16, 2022

 

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War in Ukraine and COVID in China stir coffee exports from Brazil | May 12, 2022

 

 

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Wind, solar PV expansion to reduce EU dependence on Russian gas | May 11, 2022

 

 

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Russian Azimuth Airlines resumes flights to Baku |  May 11, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine okay's support of USD 10bn | May 10, 2022

 

 

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UK slaps new sanctions on Russia, Belarus over war in Ukraine | May 10, 2022

 

 

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Most Europeans support Ukraine joining the EU: Eurobarometer | May 6, 2022

 

 

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Most Europeans support Ukraine joining the EU: Eurobarometer | May 6, 2022

 

 

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R​ussia’s online furniture rises 266% y/y in Jan-Apr 2022 | May 5, 2022

 

 

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Energy giant BP books biggest ever net loss on Russia pullout | May 4, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine receives EUR 88.5m from World Bank Trust Fund | April 29, 2022

 

 

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Polish tourists warned to expect higher prices in summer due to war​ | April 28, 2022

 

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More price adjustments in consumer goods impact retailers in Brazil | April 28, 2022

 

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Estonia to send EUR 200,000 humanitarian aid to Ukraine | April 22, 2022

 

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Lockdown in China and war in Ukraine concern shipping sector | April 22, 2022

 

 

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Astarta‘s sugar production drops 44% y/y in Q1 2022 | April 21, 2022

 

 

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Italy’s Eni looks to Egypt operations in hope to ease dependence on Russian energy supplies | April 19, 2022

 

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Ukraine's energy sector short of EUR 250m per month | April 14, 2022

 

 

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Russia sees 88% y/y drop in number of loans for new cars in March | April 14, 2022

 

 

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OPEC slashes 2022 world oil demand forecast amid ongoing war in Ukraine | April 13, 2022

 

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Nokia exits Russian market | April 13, 2022

 

 

 

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Ukraine's energy sector short of EUR 250m per month | April 12, 2022

 

 

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Russia sees 88% y/y drop in number of loans for new cars in March | April 12, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine's energy sector short of EUR 250m per month | April 12, 2022

 

 

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World Bank predicts sharp decline in Ukraine, Russia GDP amid ongoing war | April 11, 2022

 

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EU agrees to ban coal imports from Russia | April 11, 2022

 

 

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World Bank predicts sharp decline in Ukraine, Russia GDP amid ongoing war | April 11, 2022

 

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EU to ok additional EUR 500m in military assistance to Ukraine​ | April 8, 2022

 

 

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World Bank cuts 2022 growth forecast for Latin America amid pandemic and war in Ukraine | April 8, 2022

 

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EU to ok additional EUR 500m in military assistance to Ukraine​ | April 8, 2022

 

 

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Finland to invest EUR 850m to speed up energy exit from Russia | April 7, 2022

 

 

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War in Ukraine to slow economic growth and drive up inflation in Latin America | April 6, 2022

 

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Ukraine loses 40% of steelmaking capacity | April 6, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine’s war losses already account for USD 668bn | April 6, 2022

 

 

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War impact on Brazilian steel market | April 5, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine inks law on virtual assets | April 5, 2022

 

 

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Western Balkans’ food security to be affected by war in Ukraine​ | April 5, 2022

 

 

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Odesa Port Plant halts operations due to war in Ukraine | April 4, 2022

 

 

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War in Ukraine likely to boost global demand for Venezuela’s oil | April 4, 2022

 

 

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Coal output in Ukraine drops 30% since Russian invasion​ | April 1, 2022

 

 

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Russia’s invasion in Ukraine hits Mexico’s agriculture industry| March 30, 2022

 

 

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Coal output in Ukraine drops 30% since Russian invasion​ | March 29, 2022

 

 

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United Nations cuts 2022 growth forecast for Latin America amid war in Ukraine | March 28, 2022

 

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United Nations cuts 2022 growth forecast for Latin America amid war in Ukraine | March 28, 2022

 

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Putin orders govt to change gas payment currency to rubles | March 28, 2022

 

 

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EU, USA set to boost energy co-operation​ | March 25, 2022

 

 

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Ukraine’s unemployment rate reaches 10.6% for Q4 2021​ | March 24, 2022

 

 

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Russia’s key facilities need RUB 1.5tn | March 24, 2022

 

 

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Brazil votes abstention in ILO resolution to penalise Russia | March 24, 2022

 

 

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GDP monitor indicates static economy, FGV reports | March 22, 2022

 

 

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EU to provide Ukraine with additional EUR 500m | March 22, 2022

 

 

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Russian Aeroflot to launch regular flights to Kazakhstan’s Kostanay​ | March 21, 2022

 

 

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Hungary sends medical equipment to Ukraine​ | March 21, 2022

 

 

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Russian Aeroflot to launch regular flights to Kazakhstan’s Kostanay​ | March 21, 2022

 

 

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Ukrainian, Russian M&A deals and major banks exposed to Russia face uncertain future | March 21, 2022

 

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War in Ukraine to impact Brazil’s agriculture and machinery sectors | March 18, 2022

 

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Russian Gazprom claims sanctions not affecting business | March 18, 2022

 

 
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Estonia allocates EUR 100,000 to Moldova to help Ukrainian refugees​ | March 17, 2022

 

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Copom raise interest rate to 11.75%, Ukraine war builds uncertainty | March 17, 2022

 

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Estonia allocates EUR 100,000 to Moldova to help Ukrainian refugees​ | March 17, 2022

 

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Ukraine completes power grid synchronisation with European network | March 17, 2022

 
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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine threatens to quicken inflation in Latin America | March 16, 2022

 

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Romania sees declining interest in real estate sector over war in Ukraine | March 16, 2022

 

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Russian AvtoVAZ to go on corporate vacation in April | March 16, 2022

 

 
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Russia, Belarus to boost manufacturing co-operation | March 15, 2022

 

 

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Russia may lose “most favourable country” over WTO withdrawal | March 15, 2022

 

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War in Ukraine impacts M&A segment in Brazil​​ | March 15, 2022

 

 
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War in Ukraine to affect Eastern Europe’s tourism season 2022 | March 14, 2022

 

 

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Chilean companies to delay investments due to Russia-Ukraine war | March 14, 2022

 

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Global shipping industry affected by war in Ukraine​​ | March 14, 2022

 

 
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IMF to allocate USD 1.4bn to Ukraine | March 10, 2022

 

 

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Fitch downgrades Russia’s long-term rating to C | March 9, 2022

 

 

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Russia-Ukraine war could hit supply of semiconductors to Brazil​​ | March 7, 2022

 

 
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Russia to be provided with “narrow channels” to pay for necessary goods​​ | March 2, 2022

 

 
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Stocks of major Mexican companies plunge amid Russia-Ukraine conflict​​ March 3, 2022

 

 

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EU to allocate EUR 90m in emergency humanitarian assistance to Ukraine | February 28, 2022

 

 

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