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Three Russian tycoons targeted by a new list of U.S. sanctions may have lost a combined $7.5 billion since the list was announced, according to Reuters calculations based on price moves in the listed companies the three co-own. The U.S. Treasury on April 6 announced sanctions on seven Russian oligarchs and 12 companies they own or control, saying they were profiting from a Russian state engaged in "malign activities" around the world.Shares in EN+ Group, Deripaska's company listed in London late last year, had fallen 50.8 percent by Wednesday's close compared with late last Thursday on the eve of the sanctions. Deripaska owns a 76.6 percent stake in EN+, while EN+ owns a 48 percent stake in Rusal.
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