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As Russia-Ukraine tensions mount, strategists pick the stocks to back and ones to avoid

Russian service members gather near armored vehicles during drills held by the armed forces of the Southern Military District at the Kadamovsky range in the Rostov region, Russia January 27, 2022.
Sergey Pivovarov | Reuters

Wall Street analysts have picked the areas of the market that they believe will see heightened volatility if tensions between Russia and Ukraine take a turn for the worse.

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