The Ukraine war: an industrial squeeze

Christine Shields explores the conflict's less publised economic effects on global industry

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In our two previous pieces on the impact of the war we looked at oil and gas first, then food. We mentioned the sharp surge in nickel prices that necessitated trading to be suspended. Other metals have also jumped sharply in price and some supply problems are causing firms to pull out of specific sectors.

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The Ukraine War: Commodity contagion

Christine Shields explains how the war in Ukraine could pre-empt a wider political crisis

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Our previous piece examined the price implications of higher oil and gas prices resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Here we look at the wider consequences on food supply and manufacturing as well as touching on some longer term political risk issues.

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The economics of the war in Ukraine

Country risk specialist Christine Shields weighs up the longer-term economic impacts of the Ukraine war in this three-part series

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Russia’s late February invasion of Ukraine has shocked the world. Not only is the human cost vast, but so are the economic implications. Sanctions are squeezing Russia’s economy and the fortunes of its overseas oligarchs. The consequences for the rest of the world will also be painful. So interdependent now is the world that few places will be immune. Here we take a look at some of the implications of this crisis.

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