Russia-Ukraine war: Financial sanctions a ‘huge hammer’ against Russian economy, expert says finance news

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Columbia University Professor of Post-Soviet Foreign Policy Timothy Frye joins Yahoo Finance Live’s Julie Hyman and Brian Sozzi to discuss the Russia-Ukraine war, financial sanctions, and the outlook for a potential oil embargo.

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28 comments

The Imperfect Perfectionist 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Until I see blood on the streets of Moscow, I am not convinced

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Kenneth Rushe 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Do you have to be on drugs to comment on this site?

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AMON RA 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

shell, as they worked in russia, they still work, and BP. and payments are accepted by cards. just someone wants to shout loudly, wait until everyone runs away, and skim cream.

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AMON RA 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Sanctions are eurodetroit

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Jesus IsKing 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

the world has gotten so sick and evil its disgusting.. and the democrats hate our guts and want us all dead.. Jesus the one just King is coming and he is going to punish the evil doers fiercely.. for eternity. we will not be tormented like this forever. Repent and turn back to Jesus.. Our day of redemption draws nigh.. Evil leaders is this behavior worth eternity in hell?

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A. F. 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

WP can't go very long without having to kill or destroy something.

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space planet 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Glory to Ukraine

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Johnny Gregory 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Putin brought all the financial woes right onto the Russian people, institutions and businesses. He is ruining their credit and reputation by the hour worldwide. The only way out is to withdraw from Ukraine and make full reparations to Ukraine from a gradual sanctions lift for that purpose alone.

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Maryoto 1961 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Mencari jalan terbaik,(perdamaian)tank you

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Chris Sikora 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Imagine this creating a democratic society in russia !

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BINANCE REAL 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

The Turks have been the best barrier against Russia throughout history Turkey's relative weakness put Russia on the offensive The Turks are the best balance for controlling Russia The Turks are the traditional and old rivals of the Russians in Eastern Europe and Eastern NATO The Ukraine-Russia war showed us how important the Turks are to Europe and NATO We need a strong Turkey to balance power in Eastern Europe against Russia The Turks have shown throughout history that they are good and reliable allies We desperately need a strong Turkey to contain Russia in Eastern Europe The Turks are the best option to curb Russia's invasion of Eastern Europe and NATO European security is heavily dependent on Turkey A strong Turkey is what we need to control Russia A strong Turkey is what we need to control Russia

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Cinzia M 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Invasion, not "insurgence," which is not the same thing being "an act of rising in active revolt."

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Jeffrey Wright 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Power in Russia and power in the US,Biden is almost the same in many ways."""""

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Truth Filter For YouTube 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

While watching what is happening in Ukraine is awful…. I call out those who say Ukraine is a democracy and we must protect it. This is just not so. Ukraine is a regime. The so called democratic leader there arrested all the opposition party members , including the leader, and imprisoned them a long time ago. There are no elections, so what does that make him ? The simple truth is " This is a war of oil" ! The Ukraine is in control of a vast sea of oil and natural gas just off it's shores. The west has been in talks to develop it, ( Take control of it), ….and Russia wants to keep it ! Careful the western mainstream media is once again creating the Narrative !

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Eddie Wiesztort 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Ukraine should not give up any of its territories. Any ceasefire should be incumbent on Russia leaving Crimea. The Ukraine have the upper hand they are joined in Unity unlike Putins people. Putin cannot win. The damage to his reputation and army will be incalculable. The Russian people are not the problem it’s Putins ego.

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Stan Anders 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Fake news. Russia deals in GOLD. He prints his own paper money because its backed up with 100 billion pounds of gold. The west has very little gold to back up their paper money. Only the GOLD is a secure currency.

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ron Watts 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

The invasion of Ukraine …….. for what??? Was Ukraine EVER a military threat? Russia has 1000 nuclear warheads…Uktaine? 0 The Ukraine was invaded because of some delusion about an old empire from the 19th C being revived. This is the 21st C. Putin has not only put Ukraine on the rocks…..hurt global economies, Putin has destroyed Russia….and for what?????????????????

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Dragon Li 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Yea hammer Russia economy? Russia continues to strike so Russia tell you they doesn’t get any impact

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UkrainePOWER! 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Thank you all for supporting my homeland! Respect for you all guys! If you like short videos about this conflict, please consider subscribing on my channel, its free.

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cbus12 ll 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Would any country accept that another country just takes piece by piece of their land? XD

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Tuti Fruti 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

The only countries with any moral right to impose sanctions on Russia are countries like Switzerland and similar who have not invaded another country for let's say a century or at least since WW2. So, certainly not USA, UK or NATO countries that are now embarrassing themselves with their hysterical reactions to an invasion. Which, on top of everything, they heavily contributed to. ❗❗

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tippin turtle 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Ukraine position: Get out of our country!

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Hindukush 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

This guy has some reasonable points. Unfortunately he is a major cockold and would accept Ukraine to appease Russia. He neglected the fact that Russia and China have a long term goal and that is to undermine the west and the USA dollar dominance. They slowly mutate their policies to edge closer to that goal. The United States foreign policy is so narrow minded that we do not put into place stop gap measures to impede their progress. Fuk Putin and China.

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Ariff Adam 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Israel?

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Keith Kuckler 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

This guy sounds like a defeatist to me. Let him tell the Ukrainains that they have to give up chunks of their county to the Russians?

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Ju-Han Huang 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Top loser in this war is Europe and Ucrania. These sanctions would be suicide for Europe. Top gainer and the smartest one is the United States.

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ATube YouAre 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

No agreement. That will save Putin. Keep fighting until Russia and Putin are on their knees.

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Arvin Apollo 15/03/2022 - 2:37 Chiều

Exactly! SPECIAL ECONOMIC OPERATIONS nott SANCTIONS lol

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