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The whole world now seems united against Putin. Finland, Sweden, and even Switzerland ended neutrality.
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Image from a Tweet video in Moscow

Image from a Tweet video in Moscow

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When the US and EU cut off Russia from the SWIFT payment system, Russia cannot pay its debt. 

This creates a demand for US dollars and some have suggested the Fed step in. The idea  is not to aid Russia but to aid companies in the US and EU that Russia owes.

I suspect this is the second reason Putin did not expect to be cutoff from SWIFT. The first reason is the EU's, especially Germany's dependence on Russia's natural gas.

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Switzerland's move is a unique break from its decades-long policy of strict neutrality.

Nearly the whole world is now united against Putin. 

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