Aviva to Norway Await EU Clarity as Bonds Slide: Russia CreditKsenia Galouchko and Vladimir Kuznetsov
The prospect that Russia’s state banks will be shut out of European bond markets is prompting some of the region’s biggest money managers to reassess their holdings, as it drives up borrowing costs at the lenders.
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