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  1. Ep. 111: Tymofiy Mylovanov on Ukrainian Resistance, Russia’s Hidden Economic Weapon and Germany’s Error

    Bilal Hafeez

    Tymofiy Mylovanov is the President of the Kyiv School of Economics, advisor to Ukrainian President Zelensky and former Ukrainian Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture. He is currently focused on humanitarian work for Ukraine.

  2. Convexity and Duration as Factors in Bond Market Investment

    Sam van de Schootbrugge

    In this explainer, we cover how to price a bond, how to use duration to predict bond price changes, and how to use convexity to get better estimates of profit and loss.

  3. Stock Market Winners and Losers During the Russia-Ukraine War

    Sam van de Schootbrugge

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine surprised many investors, with stock markets reacting very negatively throughout February and early March.

  1. To Hamstring Russia, Firms and Households Must Play Their Part

    Henry Occleston

    The Russian invasion of Ukraine has outraged much of Europe, and the rest of the world. Aid to the Ukrainian administration...

  2. Renewables and Russia – A Tailwind for Turbines

    Henry Occleston

    The EU is hugely exposed to Russian energy – not just in gas but nearly all fossil fuels. The exposure hinders it from pursuing foreign policy goals.

  3. It’s Not Just Gas! Europe Runs on Russian Fossil Fuels

    Henry Occleston

    In the first of a three-part series on EU energy, we reveal how the bloc is greatly exposed to Russian natural gas imports – they account for 40% of its total usage.

Russia Sanction Tracker: Gold Sanctions and Reduced Energy Dependence

Bilal Hafeez and Ben Ford

Pressure continues to mount on Russia, new sanctions have been imposed by the US, UK, Canada, Australia and the Czech Republic...

Russia Sanction Tracker: NATO and EU Council Meetings This Week

Bilal Hafeez and Ben Ford

Despite Russia and Ukraine nearing agreements on ‘critical’ issues, according to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, sanctions have continued to tighten.

  1. Russia Sanction Tracker – Three Add Russia Oil Sanctions

    Bilal Hafeez and Ben Ford

    ‘Positive shifts’ in talks between Russia and Ukraine did not stop more sanctions being imposed over the past week. The US, UK, and...

  2. Ep. 103: [Emergency podcast ] Timothy Ash on Why Investors Are Underestimating Fall-Out From Russia/Ukraine Conflict

    Bilal Hafeez

    Timothy is a Senior EM Sovereign Strategist at the $125bn fund, BlueBay, and is widely considered one of the leading experts on Ukraine and Russia.

  3. Russia Sanction Tracker

    Bilal Hafeez and Ben Ford

    Countries began to impose stricter sanctions on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine on 24 February. In these weekly reports, we update who and what are sanctioned, along with countries that have committed to not sanctioning Russia.

Ukraine Conflict Could Trigger Oil Shock and Global Recession

Dominique Dwor-Frecaut

A commodities price shock from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict could devolve into a global recession. We explore…

The SWIFT Payment System: Does Ejecting Russia Matter?

Henry Occleston

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications is explained alongside its connection to the import and export of Russian goods.

  1. Key Takeaways From Russia/Ukraine Webinar – 28 February 2022

    Bilal Hafeez

    It appears at this stage as if Russia has successfully performed a multi-prong attack on Ukraine. Mariupol is under siege but hasn’t fallen...

  2. Key Takeaways From Russia/Ukraine Webinar – 23 February 2022

    Bilal Hafeez

    Key takeaways from our conversation with Dr Samuel Ramani, recorded 16:00 UKT on 23 February 2022.

  3. How EU Climate Policy Is Pressuring South Africa’s Economy & Bond Market

    Peter Attard Montalto and Nxalati Baloyi

    The carbon intensity embedded in South African government bonds sharply contrasts international peers. Consequently, a growing...

Russia Sanctions: The Shock That Never Came

Tatiana Orlova

The most important measure bars US entities from newly issued local sovereign debt, effective from 14 June. The ban includes debt...

CBR Preview: The Case for a March Rate Hike

Tatiana Orlova

After a recent U-turn in their rhetoric, we expect the CBR to follow other major EM central banks (probably Turkey, Brazil) and hike the...

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