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Russian invasion of Ukraine adds additional strain to stretched supply chains

Energy - Crude Oil 301 Energy - Natural Gas 153 Energy - PetChem 27 Energy - Refined Oil 198 G20 34 Materials - Metals/Mining 758 Metals - Steel 521 Russia 120 Sanctions 164 U.S. 5329 Ukraine 20

The Russian offensive in Ukraine is likely to result in much human tragedy. The fallout from the conflict is also expected to spread into global supply chains and impact economies in Eastern Europe and beyond. The first-order effects may come from the mounting economic sanctions imposed by the U.S. and other countries on Russia, and widespread disruptions in Ukraine. From a U.S. economic perspective, imports from Ukraine rose by 28.7% year over year in Q4. Disruptions are likely to be felt across all industries, but the majority of U.S. imports from the country are in the metals category...

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