• Kyodo


Although Russia reportedly made an interest payment to its bondholders to avoid a default last week, it still faces a high risk of defaulting with following deadlines amid international sanctions over the country’s ongoing aggression against Ukraine.

But market observers say that a possible default would have limited impact on Japanese financial institutions, given their small exposure compared with their European peers.

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