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Russia may be forced to default on its debt

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According to Standard & Poor’s, Russia is in “selective default,” or default on specific debt payments. The country has plenty of money, but Western sanctions could make it unable to pay. Meanwhile, some investors may spot an opportunity to scoop up Russian debt at low prices. Plus, spring flight cancellations could spill into the summer, and inflation comes to the school cafeteria.

What do you think?

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