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A comprehensive overview of the Russia-Ukraine conflict for those wishing to develop their understanding of its implications for global sectors.
While at its core it is a humanitarian crisis, the Russian invasion of Ukraine risks adding materially to existing global economic and supply challenges. We are likely heading into a period in which geopolitics will become a regular part of boardroom discussions.
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The most notable price effects have been on energy and grains, reflecting the reliance on Ukraine and Russia for these raw materials. 30% of global wheat exports originate from Black Sea ports (for corn, the share is 20%), while Black Sea sunflower oil exports represent 10% of world vegetable oil exports.
The outlier is sugar, whose price is linked to Brazilian gasoline prices, where Petrobras has prevented Brazilian price rises. Where sugar crops compete with grains and oilseeds, e.g. the EU, this will send a signal to farmers to devote more land to grains and less to sugar crops.
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