Morgan Stanley says stick to the fundamentals as the market worries over Ukraine and the Fed

A digital board displays a sign of the US dollar outside a currency exchange office. The US dollar has exceeded a January 27 high of 79 against the Russian rouble at the Moscow Exchange.
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The tension brewing between Russia and Ukraine has dominated investors' focus in the past week, and Morgan Stanley says it may be time to turn attention back to something more productive.

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