Two months on, here's how investors are grappling with the Russia-Ukraine conflict

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The crisis between Russia and Ukraine has now entered its third month. By all accounts, it is a conflict that changed the world immeasurably overnight, and one that looks set to continue for some time, says Giles Coghlan (pictured), chief currency analyst at HYCM. Politically, military actions have already had a significant impact on international relations and trade agreements - one might expect the global economy to face similar upheaval. Certainly, the global stock markets suffered a significant hit when the invasion began in February - the FTSE 100 shed 250 points in one day, and ...

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