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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Monday

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Happy Monday. Nothing cures an Oscar hangover like a Morning Six-Pack.

Ukraine's problems are roiling the markets Monday, but it's Russia that has the most to lose. (Sydney Morning Herald)

The second-most to lose? President Barack Obama, who faces a handful of unappealing options to deal with the crisis. (Politico)

You're worth $30 billion and here's the good news: You're worth $30 billion. The bad news? You don't even crack the top 20 in the world's richest people. (Forbes)

And here's proof that even the filthy rich have their limits: Those $4,900 Chanel bags are suddenly looking less appealing. (Wall Street Journal)

Take a peek inside the bizarre world of the disgraced Mt.Gox bitcoin exchange. (Wired)

And finally ... Warren Buffett took to CNBC on Monday to talk bitcoin, the Keystone pipeline, Heinz and a bevy of other topics. As always,'s Alex Crippen has all the Buffett details.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.