Number of the week: The probability of U.S. sanctions being cancelled

Morgan Stanley has estimated a 35 percent chance the U.S. lifting sanctions against Russia in 2017-2018, in connection with the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Bloomberg reported about it in an analytical review of the banking company.In case of such a scenario, politicians may find it harder to keep European Union sanctions in force, the agency reported, citing the opinion of analysts at Morgan Stanley.Will Washington lift sanctions against Russia in 2017?

Morgan Stanley has estimated a 35 percent chance the U.S. lifting sanctions against Russia in 2017-2018, in connection with the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Bloomberg reported about it in an analytical review of the banking company.In case of such a scenario, politicians may find it harder to keep European Union sanctions in force, the agency reported, citing the opinion of analysts at Morgan Stanley.Will Washington lift sanctions against Russia in 2017?

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Morgan Stanley estimated the probability of Trump cancelling sanctions

Morgan Stanley has estimated a 35 percent chance the U.S. lifting sanctions against Russia in 2017-2018, in connection with the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Bloomberg reported about it in an analytical review of the banking company.

In case of such a scenario, politicians may find it harder to keep European Union sanctions in force, the agency reported, citing the opinion of analysts at Morgan Stanley.

Will Washington lift sanctions against Russia in 2017?

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