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Delayed gratification

7 May 2014 By Pierre Briançon

The French bank took a 525 million euro first-quarter hit on its Moscow unit. Yet the economic slowdown, weakening rouble, and potential Western sanctions aren’t shaking SocGen’s bullish take on Russia. That may be correct in the long run; right now, it looks too rose-tinted.

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