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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (8599)3/3/2022 1:39:10 AM
From: elmatador  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 10270
Where the pension funds are going to invest with Russia is off limits?

Pension funds desperate for yeld in a world of near zero interest rates need Risk Diversification.

Divesting Russia means looking for other countries to invest.

I am counting on these billions flowing into Emerging Markets.
Am keeping an eye on these billions.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine is making institutional investors in Europe nervous, with some pension funds reducing their Russian holdings, and others watching closely.

The political situation that has been brewing since late 2021 escalated dramatically Feb. 24, when Russian troops invaded Ukraine. That prompted other countries, including the U.S. and the U.K., to impose increasingly strict sanctions against Russia, and the prospect of more from Canada, Japan and Australia.