Thursday, May 26, 2016

As the Russian economy stands above the U.S. and Europe, Western investors rush in despite sanctions

Just as the U.S. Congress goes out of its way to allow insider trading and non-Obamacare health insurance among its own members, so too do policies like economic sanctions only exist for non-U.S. corporations and governments.  And as both the Eurozone and Wall Street continue to wallow in zero and negative interest rate environments, and extremely flat economies, the one country that the U.S. has targeted for economic warfare is the one country that is suddenly standing out in economic growth.
And because of this, businesses and investors are flocking to jump on board Russia’s economic revival despite sanctions that would normally keep them locked out.


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