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Rosneft And Sanctions: The European Dam May Be About To Burst

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Max Greve


  • Thus far, considering the extent of geopolitical upheaval, Rosneft actually hasn't fared too badly.
  • The possibility of sanctions on Russian energy is rising as the German chancellor is increasingly isolated within his own government.
  • An in-depth look at the mechanics and governing dynamics of European debate and implementation of potential energy sanctions.
  • The fate of Rosneft, Russia's largest oil producer, depends more on sanctions than operational fundamentals for the foreseeable future.
  • Rosneft is a poor investment because there is virtually no scenario where other oil stocks do not substantially outperform it.

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As the devastation in Ukraine approaches its sixth week, I have finally decided to put (digital) pen to paper about the pivotal events taking place there. I write about business, not politics, and I wasn't sure I would ever touch this

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Max Greve is a graduate of Northwestern University with a quadruple major in History, Economics, Political Science, and International Studies. Max is a full-time writer and in addition to stock market trends also writes articles on government, current events, macroeconomic trends, and last but not least, the ongoing inefficiencies of professional sports.

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