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2014: a year in data – Russia

Rouble brews trouble for Russia

Russia

The plunge of the rouble has closely tracked Russia’s Euromoney Country Risk score. Not since the 1998 default have global economists been so bearish about Russia’s economy.The military conflict in Ukraine proved to be an inflection point for Russian assets and the currency, but analysts were wary of political developments well before Russian tanks rolled across the frontier. Expect further devaluations and depressed asset prices in 2015.

Russia sovereign risk matches rouble/dollar exchange rate

Russia’s risk score plummets to its lowest since 1998 default

November 2014

As sanctions and falling oil prices force the rouble’s slide, country risk experts are questioning the ability of privately owned and/or state-backed banks and corporates to obtain credit and repay their debts amid capital flight and an economy in decline.

Russian bank risks jump as Europe's halves

November 2014

The latest results of a systemic risk index reveal elevated risks in Russia, Portugal and France but a generally marked improvement across the rest of Europe.

Russia: A superpower falls apart

September 1998

It finally happened. After lurching from crisis to crisis - muddling through with partial reforms and quick fixes - Russia has finally crashed out of orbit. So who is to blame? Ronan Lyons looks at the key actors in the drama. Who are the seven oligarchs and were they behind the decision to devalue? What was really happening in the governments of Chernomyrdin and Kiriyenko? And what was the role of the IMF and western investors?

Russia: special focus

The battle between the west and Russia over Ukraine is intensifying amid a full-on financial war. Read our recent coverage of macroeconomic, FX, fixed income and equity market trends in the oil-producing economy.









2014: A year in data



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