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EU Could Be Plunged Into Energy Crisis Over Ukraine’s Problem

Denmark's foreign minister warned Russia on Monday that if Russia invaded Ukraine, they would be prepared to face the toughest sanctions ever ("never-seen before") from the European Union. As an investor, hearing this kind of talk is the most worrying thing. As we all know, the EU itself lacks energy, but needs a lot of energy to develop its industry. The cheapest energy supply for Europe comes from Russia. If the EU and Russia fall out, it will do no good for the euro zone economy. It will only make its energy prices soar and damage its own economic development. This is the biggest risk of investing in Europe right now.
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