Economic indicators one year after Russia's invasion of Ukraine : The Indicator from Planet Money On this day one year ago, Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Today, we cover three indicators about the war's economic impact.

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The economic war against Russia, a year later

The economic war against Russia, a year later

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A year ago, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine and started a war that has helped define the global economy. From unprecedented sanctions to disruptions in global trade, the war continues to cast a shadow on economies around the world.

Today, we highlight a few indicators from the war in Ukraine to understand the conflict's economic ripple effects.

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