SRS Putin declares war in Ukraine, surprising no one

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Russia borrows £11.4billion in its largest ever debt issuance in a single day to continue funding war in Ukraine​

  • Russia raised £11.4billion by issuing new debt bonds at the weekend, MoD said
  • It is the largest amount ever raised by Moscow in one go, amid the Ukraine war
  • Russia's military budget is expected to be 40 per cent higher than forecast in 2023 as almost a year of intense fighting takes its toll
  • Western sanctions saw Russia default on its debt in July, for first time since 1918

 
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Russia borrows £11.4billion in its largest ever debt issuance in a single day to continue funding war in Ukraine​

  • Russia raised £11.4billion by issuing new debt bonds at the weekend, MoD said
  • It is the largest amount ever raised by Moscow in one go, amid the Ukraine war
  • Russia's military budget is expected to be 40 per cent higher than forecast in 2023 as almost a year of intense fighting takes its toll
  • Western sanctions saw Russia default on its debt in July, for first time since 1918

Lol we give that to Ukraine and don’t miss it
 
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Russia borrows £11.4billion in its largest ever debt issuance in a single day to continue funding war in Ukraine​

  • Russia raised £11.4billion by issuing new debt bonds at the weekend, MoD said
  • It is the largest amount ever raised by Moscow in one go, amid the Ukraine war
  • Russia's military budget is expected to be 40 per cent higher than forecast in 2023 as almost a year of intense fighting takes its toll
  • Western sanctions saw Russia default on its debt in July, for first time since 1918

Who would be buying these bonds? Their own banks?
 
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