2014-03-19T185356Z_1_CBREA2I1GHZ00_RTROPTP_2_UKRAINE-CRISIS-CIS

U.S.-Russia sanctions rhetoric shakes companies, investors

Members of a pro-Russian self-defence unit gather at a check point in Gorlovka in Donetsk regionBy David Alexander and Krista Hughes WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The potential for broader U.S. sanctions on Russia and Moscow’s threat of responding in kind are raising concerns among U.S. corporations and investors about the economic fallout from the crisis over Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Rapped by critics for not taking a harsh enough line with Russia, the White House is mulling its next moves. “We are prepared to impose further costs on Russia for its violation of Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity,” White House spokesman Jay Carney said on Wednesday.

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