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Russia's war will reorient global energy flows and these stocks stand to benefit, says Bernstein

Caterpillar Inc. excavators are displayed for sale at the Whayne Supply Co. dealership in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020.
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Russia's war on Ukraine is changing the energy landscape, and as nations — especially in Europe — vow to move off the country's energy exports, new infrastructure will need to be built to make up the shortfall.

Bernstein envisions billions of dollars being spent on new facilities, which the firm said will benefit these industrial stocks.

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