Jyske Invest finds unknown buyer for stack of Russian government bonds

The manager has managed to sell some of the Russian government bonds it still possessed when Russia invaded Ukraine.

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Jyske Invest has sold a portion of its Russian government bonds and is close to being free of all Russian equities, Danish business daily Børsen reports.

”There was a buyer somewhere out there. We don’t know the buyer, but a market has emerged,” says Finn Beck, senior director at Jyske Invest, to the media.

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