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Russia-Ukraine conflict gives rise to global risk exposure in capital flows, trade, commodity markets

Geopolitical tensions between NATO and Russia have been high for some time. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has NATO-Russia-relations at their most precarious since the cold war. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has not only initiated a global humanitarian crisis, it’s given rise to greater risk exposures in capital flows, trade and commodity markets worldwide.

Our experts are sensitive to the effect of the conflict on global economies as well as its impact on our community in deep and varied ways. But this moment also renews our purpose: to share a unique view – combining quality data and cross-sector insights – at the moments when you need it most. As global events unfold, our experts are here to provide you the essential intelligence you need to understand the impact of conflict and make clear decisions.

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Latest Analysis on Russia-Ukraine Conflict

The geopolitical tensions two years since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has sent shockwaves far and wide, affecting investment, energy, supply chains and trade itself. Stay abreast of the latest news surrounding the Russia-Ukraine conflict with research and opinions from our panel of experts.

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