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Russia Cuts Gas Supplies to Poland and Bulgaria


BRUSSELS — Prices for natural gas futures in Europe jumped by more than 23 percent as trading began Wednesday morning, hours after Russia’s state-run Gazprom told Poland and Bulgaria it had cut supplies of the fuel.

Gazprom’s move came just as the United States and its allies agreed to send more arms into Ukraine to help the country defend its territory against the Russian invasion.

The market reaction underscored that a crucial, dreaded moment in the war was here: severe disruption to…



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