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The outlook for sanctions against Russia under Trump: stronger or weaker?

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Who knows — a mystery.(Although when it comes to the outlook for old-fashioned Russian expropriation risk, Glencore’s actual equity in Rosneft will be 0.54 per cent — or €300m, paid to underpin a five-year, 220,000 barrels a day off-take agreement.)Related link:A “very good result” (Putin) – FT Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2016. All rights reserved. You may share using our article tools. Please don't cut articles from FT.com and redistribute by email or post to the web.

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The outlook for sanctions against Russia under Trump: stronger or weaker?

Who knows — a mystery.

(Although when it comes to the outlook for old-fashioned Russian expropriation risk, Glencore’s actual equity in Rosneft will be 0.54 per cent — or €300m, paid to underpin a five-year, 220,000 barrels a day off-take agreement.)

Related link:
A “very good result” (Putin) – FT

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Joseph Cotterill
Joseph is the FT’s Southern Africa correspondent based in Johannesburg, after previous stints as private equity correspondent and on the Lex column. But he still writes for Alphaville, which he joined way back in March 2010 — right in the middle of the Greek bailout crisis. He has been very interested in all things credit and sovereign debt ever since…