Putin's Ban on Turkish Turkeys Spells Peril for Best Bond Market

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  • Sanctions may spur inflation, dim chance of rate reduction
  • Russia's local debt has handed investors a 21% return in `15

When Vladimir Putin banned Turkish tourism and food imports in retaliation for a downed Russian warplane, he probably didn’t plan to upset Russia’s rallying bond market.

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