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Analysis: Russia sell-off spurs hunt for bargains

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rising tension between Russia and the West has rattled the country’s stock and bond markets, but some big money managers see the turbulence as an opportunity.

Russia’s equity market has plummeted 18 percent so far this year. Foreigners dumped the country’s stocks, bonds and the ruble following the early March invasion of Crimea, a territory of Ukraine. It now faces economic sanctions that could worsen if the crisis escalates.

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      "I'm a New York-based global investment correspondent with over 20 years of experience covering financial markets, business and foreign policy. My current post lets me roam across all asset classes and geography, from the developed to the emerging markets. I've reported and taught business and economic journalism from Asia, Europe, Latin America and the United States. Prior to joining Reuters I was a producer at CNN Business News in New York."
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