Sunday , 2 October 2022

Ukraine-Russia War: Implications For Ukraine, the World & Your Investments

What are the economic implications going to be for Ukraine and the world at large including your investments regardless of what assets they are allocated to? This post provides insights into that question with links to 5 very interesting articles and charts.

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1. Ukraine: Its Geography, Population Make-up and Economy

The modern state of Ukraine was formed nearly 30 years ago after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Since then, the country has often made headlines due to political instability and the looming threat of a Russian invasion. In the map graphic above, we examine Ukraine from a structural point of view. What’s the country’s population composition? What drives the country’s economy and, most importantly, why is the country important within a global context?

2. Ukraine: A MAJOR Source Of World’s Natural Resources (+4K Views)

This article points out the MAJOR role the country has in industrial metals, agriculture and industry in Europe and the world. It begs the question: “To what extent will the invasion of Ukraine disrupt the world’s supply and drive the stock prices of companies supplying these products dramatically higher?”

3. Ukraine’s Largest Trading Partners & Goods Traded Will Be Irreversibly Impacted

The current Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to reshape geopolitical relations and international trade and to give context to the situation, we’ve created this graphic using IMF and UN Comtrade data to showcase Ukraine’s largest trading partners and goods traded in 2020.

4. Russia-Ukraine War Has Brought About A Commodity Black Swan

When sh-t happens at the end of an excessive bubble era, it will always be the worst kind, and what can be worse than a major war that could develop into a nuclear and world war.

5. Global Consequences Of A Nuclear War: A Terrifying Video Simulation

This realistic, facts-based simulation has been extremely well received with over 3 million views and 7,829 comments to date.

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Russia-Ukraine War: Implications For Russia, the World & Your Investments

What are the economic implications going to be for Russia and the rest of the world and for your investments regardless of what assets they are allocated to? This post provides insights into that question with links to 10 very interesting articles and charts.

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