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29th Mar 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

  • The EU will struggle to make up the committed cut in Russian gas imports from elsewhere this year...
  • ...As a result, supply/demand dynamics in the sector will remain tight and we see little respite for prices...
  • ...A full embargo on all Russian imports would lead to a further, and large, rise in gas prices.

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