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US banks tout fossil fuels after Republican ESG backlash

In recent years, Wall Street companies have attempted to assert their commitment to the environment and social justice. Now they sing a different tune. Major US banks such as Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase are among a group of global financial services companies that tout their business relationships with oil …

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Latest news on the Russian-Ukrainian war: live updates

Ukrainian soldiers line the front line trenches near Barvinkove in eastern Ukraine on Monday.Credit…David Guttenfelder for The New York Times DRUZHKIVKA, Ukraine — Long-standing Ukrainian defense strongholds in the east have come under intense attack in recent days, according to the Ukrainian military and Western military analysts. The fact that …

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Inflation in South Korea accelerates to 6.3%

PRICE PRESSURES: The Bank of Korea is expected to raise rates by at least 25 basis points this month as consumer prices rose 6.3% in June Inflation in South Korea accelerated further last month, underscoring the need for the central bank to continue raising interest rates in an attempt to …

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Zelensky warns of a disastrous harvest in Ukraine as the world faces a food crisis

Volodymyr Zelensky has warned that Ukraine’s harvest could be cut in half by Russia’s invasion in a move that threatens to trigger a global food crisis. Ukraine’s president warned of a catastrophic impact on this year’s harvest in “Europe’s breadbasket”, but insisted the country was finding a way to deliver …

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Inflation reaches a record 8.9% in 19 countries using the euro

BRUSSELS (AP) – Inflation in European countries using the euro hit a new high in July, pushed by rising energy prices partly driven by Russia’s war in Ukrainebut the economy still managed weak growth. Annual inflation in the 19 euro zone countries reached 8.9% in July, against 8.6% in June, …

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Mozambique: African Development Fund approves additional $5.6 million grant to strengthen food security and resilience – Mozambique

The African Development Fund Board has approved a $5.6 million grant in additional funding for the Idai and Kenneth Emergency Post-Cyclone Recovery and Resilience Program in Mozambique. This additional financing under the Bank’s African Emergency Food Production Facility aims to strengthen the resilience of Mozambican food systems in response to …

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Russo-Ukrainian War: List of Key Events, Day 152 | Russo-Ukrainian War

As the Russo-Ukrainian War enters its 152nd day, we take a look at the major developments. Here are the key events so far on Monday, July 25. Get the latest updates here. Struggle The Ukrainian military reported that Russian forces were leading the way for an assault on the town …

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Russia-Ukraine: Breaking News – The New York Times

The grain terminal at the Port of Odessa on Saturday. A Ukrainian official said Russian strikes caused 10 explosions in Odessa and strikes on the port caused a fire.Credit…Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times ODESA, Ukraine – A series of explosions rocked the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa on …

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European Central Bank joins global push for higher rates

FRANKFURT – The European Central Bank will join the US Federal Reserve and other major central banks on Thursday in raising interest rates. The only question is how much – and whether – the rush to make credit more expensive will push Europe and other major economies into recession at …

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Ukrainian resident pleads guilty for his role in a sophisticated international scheme to steal money from US bank accounts | takeover bid

A US citizen who previously resided in Ukraine has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud. According to court documents, Harold Sobel, 69, was a member of an international criminal enterprise that illegally debited money from the bank accounts of ignorant American victims. Members of the criminal enterprise set …

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Putin’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu orders ‘shock and awe’ attacks on Ukraine

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu today gave the order to dramatically increase so-called shock and fear attacks against Ukraine. He claimed that Kremlin forces should “rule out the possibility of the Kyiv regime inflicting massive rocket and artillery strikes on civilian infrastructure and residents of Donbass and other regions,” according …

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Live updates: US producer prices rose 11.3% in June as inflation continued to soar

©REUTERS Celsius Network, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency lenders, has filed for bankruptcy as a wave of digital asset companies froze customer assets and began restructuring amid a sharp sell-off. cryptocurrencies this year. The Hoboken, New Jersey-based company’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in federal court in New York comes …

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Spain to temporarily tax banks and energy companies as inflation bites

Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez delivers a speech during the state of the nation debate at parliament in Madrid, Spain, July 12, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Public services and banks will be hit by 7 billion euros in temporary taxes Caixabank and …

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Bank of Canada to raise interest rates 0.75% this week, economists predict – National

Economists predict the Bank of Canada will raise its key interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday as inflation rages around the world. In Canada, inflation hit a 39-year high of 7.7% in May, well above the 2% target rate central banks typically aim for. The Bank …

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SEC urges Citigroup to disclose Ukraine war impact more widely

July 8 (Reuters) – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked Citigroup Inc (CN) for fuller information about the blow it expects to take from the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the regulator said. bank in a regulatory filing on Friday. In a May 2 letter to Citi Chief Executive Jane …

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Ukraine Recovery Conference URC2022 Outcome Document: “Lugano Declaration” (Lugano, 4-5 July 2022) – Ukraine

Attachments We, Heads of State and Government, Ministers and High Representatives of Albania, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland , Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Romania, …

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Latest news on the Russia-Ukraine war: live updates

Ukrainian forces withdrew from Lysychansk on Sunday, allowing Russia to claim control of the town that had been Kyiv’s last stronghold in the eastern Luhansk region. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky pledged to return, “thanks to our tactics, thanks to increasing the supply of modern weapons. Ukraine is not giving up. …

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Ukrainians living in British guest rooms

One day, shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine, a seventeen-year-old named Tymur Sabri was visiting his grandmother in a village outside Kyiv. Tymur is lanky – he loves to play basketball – with messy hair and a deep voice. Before the war, he lived in Kyiv with his parents and an …

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‘No guarantees’ Fed can tame inflation without hurting jobs, warns Powell

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said there’s “no guarantee” the central bank can tame runaway inflation without hurting the labor market. Speaking at a European Central Bank forum in Sintra, Portugal, on Wednesday, Powell reiterated his hope that the Fed can achieve a so-called soft landing – …

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Russian-Ukrainian War News: Live Updates

A Ukrainian soldier in Sievierodonetsk last week.Credit…Oleksandr Ratushniak/Reuters LVIV, Ukraine — Days after Ukrainian officials confirmed their forces had withdrawn from the devastated industrial city of Sievierodonetsk, the city’s exiled mayor on Monday painted a grim picture of life for those left behind- low, in an eastern pocket where Russian …

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Sievierodonetsk falls to Russia after one of the bloodiest battles of the war

Capture of Sievierodonetsk big win for Russia Ukraine says it is carrying out a “tactical withdrawal” Dozens of missiles hit Ukrainian military bases KYIV/POKROVSK, Ukraine, June 25 (Reuters) – Russian forces have fully occupied Sievierodonetsk, the mayor of the eastern Ukrainian city said on Saturday, confirming Kyiv’s biggest battlefield setback …

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Nike ‘leaves Russian market for good’ after Ukraine invasion

Global sportswear brand Nike has announced its permanent withdrawal from Russia. The move sees him distancing himself from the nation following his invasion of Ukraine earlier this year. Like many retailers and companies, Nike initially pulled out of the state after the invasion – which President Vladimir Putin calls a …

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Financial aid from Ukraine since the invasion amounts to 30 billion dollars

kyiv: According to the Financial Stability Report of the National Bank of Ukraine of June 2022, the total announced and actual aid given to Ukraine by international partners since the beginning of the “invasion” by Russia has amounts to 30 billion dollars. “Significant financial assistance is also provided directly to …

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The Russian battle for the Donbass village rages on

“Decisive” battles raged in villages around Sievierodonetsk on Monday as Russian forces launched an offensive aimed at encircling Ukrainian troops desperately trying to hold the crucial eastern town, the Ukrainian military said. Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar, speaking on Ukrainian television, said the Kremlin had “thrown virtually all of its …

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‘I urge Boris Johnson to convene a summit of all world leaders now’: a plea from ex-PM GORDON BROWN

As someone who, as Prime Minister, had to weather the storms of economic turmoil in 2008 when the global financial crash hit our country, the multi-faceted challenges facing Britain today are not are not what I would wish on any of my successors – Labor or Conservative. From the cost …

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Impact of Russia-Ukraine War on Indian Economy by Ajay Amar Associates

The BFSI sector of any country is impacted by the national macro-economic factors and the global political-economic scenario. Additionally, globally disruptive events like the Covid-19 pandemic are pushing the industry towards digital transformation and process innovation. And while such occurrences are rare, their impact is lasting. The Ukraine-Russia war is …

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Yemen Economic Monitor, Spring 2022: Clear skies over Yemen? – Yemen

Attachments The first issue of the Yemen Economic Monitor (YEM) was launched on June 13, 2022. The YEM is expected to be a regular publication prepared by the Middle East and North Africa Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment (MTI) Global Practice ( MENA) Region. The Yemen Economic Monitors (YEM) will consist …

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LegalTech B2B Market Demand and Future Scope with Russia-Ukraine Crisis Impact Analysis – Clifford Chance, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Linklaters, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, Allen & Overy, Barclays Bank – Indian Defense News

B2B LegalTech Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Regional Segmentation and Outlook, Key Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Projected Recovery, and Market Sizing and Forecast. Latest research launched on Global B2B legal technology market, it provides a detailed analysis with presentable graphs, …

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Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Live Updates

Yevgeny Shumilkin returns to work on Sunday. To prepare, he removed the familiar “M” from what had been his McDonald’s shirt and covered the “M” of his McDonald’s jacket with a Russian flag patch. “It will be the same buns,” promised Mr. Shumilkin, who maintains equipment for a restaurant in …

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The war in Ukraine could push millions of people around the world to hunger

The United Nations – The UN secretary-general said on Wednesday that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine must end to stem the growing global food, fuel and financial crises that could plunge tens of millions more into the world into hunger and poverty this year. “Death and destruction must stop,” Antonio Guterres …

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Financial System Survey Highlights — Spring 2022

The three main categories of risk are: External risks— mainly the risk of a cyber incident. Banks and insurers cited cyber incidents as the most significant risks. Responders manage the risk of a cyber incident through: continued investment in cybersecurity employee training outsource certain IT processes …

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Driver killed and 2 Reuters journalists injured in attack in eastern Ukraine

Two Reuters journalists were injured and a driver killed on Friday after the vehicle they were traveling in came under fire as it headed towards the eastern Ukrainian town of Sievierodonetsk, the last line of battle of Russia’s assault on its neighbour. Photographer Alexander Ermoshenko and cameraman Pavel Klimov were …

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Live Updates: Ford plans auto industry consolidation as capital gets tight

Delta chief Ed Bastian: ‘Recovery exceeds my expectations’ © Bloomberg Delta Air Lines expects second-quarter revenue to fully recover from 2019 levels as air travel demand returns faster than expected and the airline continues to raise ticket prices. “The recovery has exceeded my expectations,” Chief Executive Ed Bastian told an …

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EU bans Russian oil; Zelenskiy describes the situation in Donbass as “extremely difficult”

Zelenskiy says situation remains ‘extremely difficult’ Russian forces enter the margins of the governor of Sievierodonetsk “A terrible smell of death” in the air Biden says no to rockets that can reach Russia KYIV/LVIV, May 30 (Reuters) – EU leaders agreed on Monday to ban the export of Russian oil …

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May 26 live updates: Putin confident Russia can ignore impact of sanctions, UK introduces energy windfall tax

© AP Strong demand for luxury goods and an easing of supply chain issues helped support a better-than-expected quarter for Macy’s, prompting the high-end department store retailer to raise its overall earnings forecast. ‘year. The New York-based company reaffirmed its sales guidance, but expects full-year earnings, on an adjusted basis, …

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AfDB approves $1.5 billion facility to help address food crisis triggered by conflict in Ukraine

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group (www.AfDB.org) has approved a $1.5 billion Emergency Food Production Facility to help address the global food crisis triggered by the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. The funds will help 20 million African farmers produce an additional 38 million metric tons of food …

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Tracheostomy Tubes Market Demand and Future Scope with Russia-Ukraine Crisis Impact Analysis – Medtronic, Teleflex Medical, Smith’s Medical, TRACOE Medical, ConvaTec, Fuji Systems, Sewoon Medical, Boston Medical, Well Lead, TuoRen , Pulmodyne

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports, Tracheostomy Tube Market The report contains detailed information on the factors influencing demand, growth, opportunities, challenges and restraints. It provides detailed information on the structure and outlook of global and regional industries. Additionally, the report includes data on research and development, new product …

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Latest news on Russia and the war in Ukraine

The UN announces at least 3,838 dead in Ukraine since the start of the war Servicemen carrying the coffin with the body of 95th Separate Air Assault Brigade officer Lt. Denys Antipov, who perished defending the territorial integrity and independence of Ukraine against Russian invaders near the Dovhenke village, Kharkiv …

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Russia-Ukraine live updates: Finland and Sweden apply to join NATO

BRUSSELS – The global economy is heading into potentially bleak times as rising costs, shortages of food and other basics and Russia’s continued invasion of Ukraine threaten to slow economic growth and to cause a painful global crisis. Two years after the coronavirus pandemic emerged and left much of the …

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‘Apocalyptic’ food prices will be disastrous for the world’s poor, says Bank Governor | Andrew Bailey

The Governor of the Bank of England has blamed the war in Ukraine as the UK’s highest inflation in three decades and warned that ‘doomsday’ food prices caused by the Russian invasion could have a disastrous impact on the world’s poor. Defending Threadneedle Street ahead of Wednesday’s announcement of the …

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Putin’s ally Vladimir Potanin ‘seizes banks for cheap’ amid war

Putin’s ally, Vladimir Potanin, is said to have bought Russian banks at a reduced rate. Western businesses fled the country en masse after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. According to Forbes, Potanin is considered the richest man in Russia, with a value of just under $30 billion. Loading Something is loading. …

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Ukraine Live News, Russia – Ukraine Today News, Russia Ukraine War News, Ukraine Crisis News, World War 3 News, Russia Victory Day

Russia Ukraine War Live, Victory Day of Russia: Finland is expected to announce on Thursday its intention to join NATO Sweden is expected to follow soon after, diplomats and officials said, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reshapes European security and the Atlantic military alliance. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian Armed Forces General …

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UK’s high inflation could last ‘for years rather than months’, economist warns | Inflation

Pressure on UK households from high inflation could be greater and last longer than expected, amid a series of economic shocks from Brexit, Covid and Russia’s war in Ukraine, economists have warned . Michael Saunders, a member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), said inflation was “uncomfortably …

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Rishi Sunak can fight recession risks with cost-of-living support package | Larry Elliot

LLess than three months after Russian troops crossed the Ukrainian border, the economic implications of the war are gradually being felt. There have been other conflicts since 1945, but it is hard to imagine one that had such a dramatic and sudden impact. The only real comparison is with the …

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Pension industry fears Russia-Ukraine conflict

Soaring oil prices and the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict have contributed to the uncertainty facing financial markets. This could potentially have negative implications for the Namibian pension fund industry’s investment assets. The sector’s investment assets weathered threats stemming from Covid-19, higher than expected inflation rates and relatively tighter central …

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The Great Commodities Shock: COVID-19 and War in Ukraine Mean Big Price Increases

Here comes the big shock of commodities – The World Bank released a new forecast last week that predicted major economic disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdowns that will continue for several years. The international financial institution said the conflict in Ukraine will also play a part in what …

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Ukraine-Russia War News: Live Updates

BRUSSELS – A series of explosions on Monday and Tuesday rocked Transnistria, a small breakaway region of Moldova and bordering Ukraine, raising fears that the nearby war could spread to neighboring countries and escalate into a wider conflict. . It was unclear on Tuesday who was behind the attacks in …

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New inflation ends decades of deflation in Japan

The head of the Central Bank of Japan is a very patient person. When Haruhiko Kuroda became governor of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) nine years ago, he pledged to rid the world’s third-largest economy of the deflationary pressures that had helped slow growth since 1990. His aim was to …

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Russian-Ukrainian crisis: Zelensky lists ‘5 steps’ at World Bank session

Addressing a virtual World Bank session, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky listed the “five steps” required immediately in the wake of Russia’s continued war on Kyiv. In his address to Thursday’s session, the president said the first step was immediate support for Ukraine, “so that Russian leaders know …

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Live Updates: Russia Submits Demands to Ukraine in Peace Talks

Ukraine plans to open a humanitarian corridor for civilians to leave Mariupol, the besieged southeastern city where Russia this week launched a bombing campaign targeting steel mills in Azovstal. The government has secured an agreement on a corridor to get civilians out of the city from 2 p.m., Iryna Vereshchuk, …

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NATIONAL BANK OF UKRAINE PROPOSES GOVERNMENT TO EXPAND BUSINESS LOANS

At the beginning of April, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) asked the Cabinet of Ministers about the next developments in order to increase business lending: expanding the portfolio guarantee program for large agricultural enterprises and large enterprises of strategic industries, as well as to increase the duration of loans …

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine triggers financial changes

In the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, leaders of major investment funds around the world are anticipating seismic shifts in the global economy. Blackrock CEO Larry Fink recently outlined a fundamental transformation of global supply chains in an annual letter to shareholders. It predicts a reversal of globalization, as …

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Russia – Live updates on the war in Ukraine today: Boris Johnson meets Zelenskyy, humanitarian corridors set up in eastern Ukraine

IAEA says Ukraine made first staff rotations at Chernobyl Ukraine informed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Sunday that he had completed the first staff rotation at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in three weeksIAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said, adding that the agency would soon send a …

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Shock as UK demands bank statement from Ukrainian mother fleeing to Fife

Shock as UK demands bank statement from Ukrainian mother fleeing to Fife Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s …

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BRUSSELS — Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba made a moving plea for more military assistance Thursday in Brussels and warned that Western countries that continue to buy Russian oil or gas are supporting the “war machine”. Russian”. Speaking to reporters at the headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Mr …

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US and EU tighten sanctions against Russia

Cyberattacks from Russia continued to increase in late March, mostly through attempts to gather information and spread malware to Ukrainian critical infrastructure, Ukrainian cyber officials said. The same Russian-linked hacker group that targeted local government agencies in Ukraine with compromised emails also sent malicious emails to Latvian authorities, said Victor …

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Ring-fencing of Ukraine Shock!

Inflation: Oil at a reduced price, monetary pact a way out? Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation edged slightly above RBI’s upper tolerance limit of 6%. It was 6.07% in February and 6.01% in January. According to Crisil, average CPI inflation will be 5.4% if crude oil averages between $85 and …

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Ukraine’s economy could shrink by 40% in 2022 due to Russian invasion, World News

Ukraine’s Economy Ministry said the country’s economy shrank 16% year-on-year in the first quarter of this year due to the Russian invasion. Citing preliminary estimates, he also predicted that Ukraine’s economy could shrink by 40% in 2022. “Areas where remote working is not possible have suffered the most,” he said …

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Oil prices plummet, Turkey plans peace talks

The Russian ruble strengthened near its pre-invasion level against the dollar on Thursday, a byproduct of the central bank’s tight control over the currency. Also at stake is a possible increase in end-of-quarter payments for Russia’s commodity exports. The ruble’s rapid rebound surprised some who expected Western sanctions targeting Russia’s …

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Oil Sinks on Chinese Demand Fears; US stocks boosted by talks with Ukraine

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Global oil prices plunged on Monday on concerns over China’s energy demand amid the latest Covid-19 surge, while Wall Street stocks rallied on raised hopes by the peace talks in Ukraine. US benchmark oil West Texas Intermediate and European crude London Brent both fell more than …

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The war in Ukraine creates misfortunes, but also an opportunity for Africa, according to the president of the development bank

Africa’s pandemic rebound slows even before war Crisis in Ukraine pushes up prices and jeopardizes wheat and maize supplies AfDB launches emergency food production plan Africa ready to welcome investors withdrawing from Russia JOHANNESBURG, March 25 (Reuters) – The African Development Bank (AfDB) is aiming to raise $1 billion to …

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Last war in Ukraine: G7 to crack down on Russia’s ability to sell its gold

Children rest at a rescue center at Lviv’s main railway station on Thursday, after fleeing Mala Vyska with their mother by train ©Getty Images More than half of Ukrainian children have lost their homes to the conflict with Russia, a United Nations agency has said, a “sinister step” that could …

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Indiana Food Bank needs donations to send meals to Ukraine

The food bank is partnering with Convoy of Hope to provide 240,000 servings to people near the Ukrainian border. INDIANAPOLIS – The Midwest Food Bank is asking for your help in its efforts to provide nutritious food to Ukrainian refugees. “Our local community is eager to support the Ukrainian people,” …

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Coface’s exposure to the Russian invasion of Ukraine is equivalent to 5 billion euros (Deutsche Bank)

According to Deutsche Bank, at the end of February, the total exposure of the credit insurer Coface to the Russian invasion of Ukraine amounted to 5 billion euros, with 95% from Russia and 5% from Ukraine, this which is equivalent to less than 1% of the group’s total insured exposure. …

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Last war in Ukraine: UK media watchdog revokes Russia Today broadcast license

Japan will allow Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion to enter the country even if they have no relatives or acquaintances in residence, marking a major shift in Japan’s recognition of refugees previously criticized by the International community. Hirokazu Matsuno, chief cabinet secretary, told a cabinet meeting on Friday that Japan …

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World Bank announces $200 million in additional financing for Ukraine

Satellite images appear to show the devastation of the city’s invasion A multispectral imagery view of burning homes and buildings near Kyiv, Ukraine on Monday.Satellite image (C)2022 Maxar Technologies Satellite images of a town northwest of kyiv appear to show the devastation of the Russian invasion, with many buildings and …

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Australian stocks rise as Ukraine hopes to improve sentiment; banks shine

Financials led gains; tech stocks rise Commodity-related stocks are the biggest drag Ampol up 3% after the sale of a New Zealand petrol unit March 14 (Reuters) – Australian shares rose more than 1% on Monday, helped by gains in financials and healthcare stocks, as global investor sentiment was boosted …

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Villeroy says energy mix to curb Ukraine-hit French economy

PARIS, March 12 (Reuters) – France is unlikely to feel the negative effects on economic growth and inflation from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as intensely as other eurozone countries, as it depends less gas, said the President of the French Central Bank, François Villeroy de Galhau. The European Central Bank …

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Last war in Ukraine: EU to work on proposals to phase out dependence on Russian oil and gas

Credit Suisse became the latest bank to outline its Russian risk on Thursday, detailing total credit exposure of 1.6 billion Swiss francs ($1.7 billion) at the end of 2021. The lender said this included derivatives and funding exposures in its investment bank, trade finance exposures in its Swiss national bank …

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Analysis: BOJ has little wiggle room as Ukraine clouds recovery and prices soar

A man wearing a protective mask walks past the Bank of Japan headquarters amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Tokyo, Japan, May 22, 2020.REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BOJ focuses on risks to growth even as inflation nears 2% Rising fuel prices will …

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Global banking stocks fall as more companies cut ties with Russia

US banks and payment companies fall Deloitte and EY sever ties with Russia VTB closes European digital bank phone lines Crédit Agricole and UBS detail their exposure to Russia LONDON/NEW YORK, March 7 (Reuters) – Global banking stocks fell on Monday as depressed U.S. Treasury yields highlighted growing investor concerns …

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Ukraine war: what sanctions have been imposed on Russia and what could be the next steps?

The United States and its European allies are seeking to tighten punitive sanctions against Russia for invading Ukraine, and while the sanctions are already hurting the Russian economy, they have so far failed to stop the fights. The Biden administration on Thursday announced additional financial sanctions targeting those close to …

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Western allies must ensure that no Russian bank can access SWIFT systems, says UK

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss speaks during a joint press conference with her Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian counterparts at the Foreign Office in Vilnius, Lithuania on March 3. (Mindaugas Kulbis/AP) Western allies must maintain their attempts to curb Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and ensure that no Russian bank has access …

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Russian-Ukrainian War Breaking News: Biden Condemns Putin’s ‘Tyranny’; Russian troops land in Kharkiv – live | world news

1h41 East 01:41 21 dead and 112 injured in Kharkiv, mayor says At least 21 people were killed and 112 injured in shelling in the second most populated city in Ukraine, Kharkiv, said the city’s mayor. Overnight, Ukrainian defense positions were “constantly under the influence of enemy fire, aviation, jet …

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Latest war in Ukraine: US tightens sanctions as Abramovich ‘tries to help’ peace efforts

The UN has estimated more than 100 civilian casualties in Ukraine since the Russian invasion, including children, while 400,000 have fled the fighting, as the human rights commissioner says that the world was at a “tipping point”. “The military attack on Ukraine puts countless lives at risk,” said Michelle Bachelet, …

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Bank rate headache as war in Ukraine casts doubt on future hikes

Interest rate conundrum for Bank of England as Ukraine invasion casts doubt on future hikes By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 5:30 p.m. EST, February 24, 2022 | Update: 5:30 p.m. EST, February 24, 2022 The invasion of Ukraine is set to cause yet another headache for the …

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What could happen to European stocks if Russia invades Ukraine?

European stocks exposed to Russia have been under pressure for weeks amid fears that Russia could invade Ukraine and the standoff has sparked volatility in the European stock market. After Russian-backed separatists in breakaway regions of eastern Ukraine announced the evacuation of residents on Friday, Germany’s main stock index, the …

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Risky trade hits Wall St as Ukraine tensions escalate

A street sign on Wall Street in front of the New York Stock Exchange September 18, 2007. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Russia expels US deputy ambassador Nvidia falls despite good forecasts Indices down: Dow 1.02%, S&P 1.11%, Nasdaq 1.56% Feb 17 (Reuters) …

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Ukrainian government and banking sites taken offline | News from the region

news, world The online networks of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense and two banks have been overwhelmed and the Ukrainian Information Security Center is pointing the finger at neighboring Russia. “It is not excluded that the aggressor used low-threshold tactics because his aggressive plans do not work on a large …

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Live News: Europe inches closer to war as Russia builds up ‘credible’ invasion force, says UK minister

He is a bold commentator trying to predict the conclusion of the diplomatic chess game that is the border crisis between Ukraine and Russia. But the next seven days will produce significant moves, if not a checkmate attempt. Perhaps the strangest event of the week will take place on Thursday, …

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What we’re watching: Stingers for Ukraine, Egypt-Sudan blockade, Canadian truckers vs. automakers

But Israel’s spy prowess is rarely used against civilians at home – until now. (They routinely track Palestinians.) It was recently alleged that police used Pegasus, a cutting-edge spyware, to track and hack scores of politicians, activists and journalists. Crucially, the explosive report by Calcalist, an Israeli financial daily, claims …

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Ruble rises above 75 against dollar, stocks rise on diplomacy

MOSCOW, Feb 9 (Reuters) – The ruble firmed on Wednesday to a nearly four-week high against the dollar and the euro, and stock indexes rose higher as traders welcomed diplomatic efforts aimed at easing tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine. . At 10:20 GMT, the ruble was up …

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Landmark money laundering lawsuit opened at Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse on Monday became the first Swiss bank in the country’s history to face criminal charges, with the opening of a case involving millions of euros in allegedly laundered drug money. At the center of the trial are allegations, set out in a 500-page indictment, about the bank’s treatment …

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Strategists say risk of conflict underestimated: Ukraine update

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Author of the article: Bloomberg News Bloomberg News Content of the article (Bloomberg) – The United States has said any conflict will harm China’s international interests. NATO chief rejects a request from Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping for the military alliance to …

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Analysis: Traders scour markets for protection amid tensions in Ukraine

A man looks at stock market monitors in Taipei October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Feb 4 (Reuters) – Baffled by wrangling between Russia and the West over Ukraine, traders are scouring global markets for investments that can protect …

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The jump in European inflation is increasing the pressure on the ECB to act.

The Eurozone began 2022 as it ended the previous year, with record inflation that defied expectations. Now economists are wondering whether persistently high prices could pressure the European Central Bank to change its stance that the situation is temporary. Inflation for January hit 5.1% in January, up slightly from the …

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What a Swift disconnect would mean for Russia

If the United States decided to impose sanctions on Russian banks, then it could say that Swift violated those sanctions by continuing to let those banks use its system. The 2022 Defending Ukraine Sovereignty Act, which Senate Democrats unveiled this month, would authorize sanctions against specialized financial messaging service providers, …

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Will Russia be cut off from Swift if Moscow invades Ukraine?

With its small but crucial role in the global financial system, international payment network Swift has featured prominently in discussions of possible sanctions against Russia should it invade Ukraine. The Belgian non-profit cooperative provides secure messaging services for billions of dollars in bank-to-bank payments. He has repeatedly found himself in …

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The FTSE 100 slides again after a week of market turbulence

gHello. Britain and the EU are reportedly preparing sanctions against new Russian gas projects in retaliation for any attack on Ukraine. The planned sanctions, which would be part of a broader package of economic measures, mark an escalation of potential defensive measures against Moscow’s aggression in Eastern Europe. Hitting gas …

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Live News: Oil tops $90 for first time since 2014 on rising tensions in Ukraine

Fed decision: The Federal Reserve is expected to confirm its intention to raise interest rates in March today, as the US central bank looks beyond the recent turmoil in financial markets and steps up its efforts to rein in inflation. The Fed’s policy statement will be released at 2 p.m. …

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Putin knows what will happen next in Ukraine

If Russian President Vladimir Putin is not about to invade Ukraine – or, more accurately, isn’t about to expand its previous invasion – it certainly makes for a good show. Russian military forces have been in position for weeks. Russia and Belarus have announced snap drills that will continue for …

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Live News: World Economic Forum to hold in-person annual meeting in Davos in May

Schlumberger, the world’s largest oil services company, reported higher fourth-quarter profits as oil and gas drilling activity picked up on higher oil prices. Net income increased in the quarter to $601 million, up 60% from a year earlier and 9% from the third quarter. Diluted earnings per share were 42 …

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While the United States and Russia are talking about Ukraine, where is Europe?

Here is today’s Foreign Police short: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins quadripartite talks on Ukraine, Turkey central bank makes interest rate decision and Biden plans to reappoint Houthis as a terrorist group. Do you have any advice or comments? Click reply to this email to let me know …

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EBRD intends to send 100% of investments in green projects from 2022

From this year, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) aims to invest only in projects that meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, says the EBRD’s director for the economy green and climate action, Oleksandr Nikolaenko. “The objective set by the bank is to ensure that 100% …

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Morning Brief: Russian-Ukrainian border crisis, North Korean missile and more, World News

Here are some of the best stories to start your day: White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Russia had operatives trained in urban warfare who used “explosives to carry out acts of sabotage against Russia’s own proxy forces.” Also read the report on the latest update on the North Korean …

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Sanctions against Putin would be a bit too far, warns the Kremlin in the United States

The United States’ plan to impose sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin would be an “extreme” measure that would mean a complete severing of ties between the two countries, the Kremlin noted Thusday. US Senators, with the support of the White House, unveiled Wednesday evening, a package of severe sanctions …

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Guy Verhofstadt ashamed of Belgium’s fall in defense spending as he calls for the European army | Politics | News

The Belgian politician said Russia’s threat to the border with Ukraine and US attempts to negotiate with Vladimir Putin to defuse tensions amounted to a return to a cold war. Mr Verhofstadt called on the EU to act by deploying a European army against the Russian president and to avoid …

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Eight dead in ‘shocking’ West Bank traffic accident

The president of the General Labor Union warns against “a certain catastrophe” in Lebanon in the midst of the economic crisis BEIRUT: The president of the General Labor Union, Bechara Al-Asmar, warned of “a certain catastrophe, since hospitalization is now only available to the richest”. At a press conference on …

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The autocratic regime propagated by Putin threatens us all

Sifting through the looming challenges of the coming year, it looks like the threat of Covid will subside in a way that geostrategic threats won’t – as Russia inexorably returns to the peak of Cold War belligerence . The difference between yesterday and today is simple: unlike the present, the …

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Canadian court awards C $ 107 million to families of downed Iran airliner

Palestinian parties urged to remove obstacles to local elections in Gaza and West Bank GAZA CITY: Hamas rejected plans to hold municipal elections in the Gaza Strip – as is the case in the West Bank – where the Palestinian Authority was preparing for the second phase of elections in …

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Plethora of threats leaves eurozone facing another tumultuous year

With war on its doorstep, the far right in power, wrangling over debt rules and the ECB stuck in an inflation deadlock: 2022 could be anything but easy navigation for the eurozone. Prices are already skyrocketing and lockdowns have spread across the continent. But even if the virus is ultimately …

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Fed moves in 2022 could end stock market pandemic

For two years, the stock market was largely able to ignore the reality that Americans lived during the pandemic – the increase in coronavirus cases, loss of lives and livelihoods, lockdowns – due to underlying policies that kept it dynamic. Investors can now say goodbye to all of this. By …

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New pipeline to Germany could help lower prices

MOSCOW (AP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that a new gas pipeline to Germany was completely filled with natural gas, noting that it could help quickly reduce soaring energy prices in Europe. The $ 11 billion Nord Stream 2 pipeline is currently awaiting approval from Germany and …

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How it started 20 years ago

As Europe struck New Years 20 years ago, 12 of its countries said goodbye to their deutschmarks, French francs, lire and pesetas as they welcomed the single euro currency. On January 1, 2002, euro banknotes and coins became a reality for some 300 million people from Athens to Dublin, three …

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Gorbachev’s resignation 30 years ago marked the end of the USSR

People strolling through the snow-capped Red Square in Moscow on the evening of December 25, 1991 were surprised to witness one of the most defining moments of the 20th century – the Soviet red flag over the Kremlin was withdrawn and replaced by the tricolor of the Russian Federation. Minutes …

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Evening update: Quebec closes bars, schools and gyms as COVID-19 cases rise

Good evening, let’s start with today’s best stories: The latest developments related to COVID-19: Quebec is closing schools, bars and entertainment venues, and more Quebec is reinstating strict restrictions in order to stop rapidly increasing the number of COVID-19 cases: Bars, theaters, entertainment venues and gymnasiums are closing today, while …

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Ukrainian president fights oligarch on home front as Russian threat looms

His country faces an imminent threat of full-fledged invasion, according to US intelligence services, with more than 100,000 Russian troops amassed at the border. But Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky chose the moment of danger to deepen a national standoff with the country’s richest oligarch, Rinat Akhmetov. At a press conference …

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Modernized school in Poltava oblast with EU support and EIB loan – Ukraine

The capacity of the newly repaired building in Dykanka is increased and made more accessible and more heat-efficient to provide top-quality education to more than a third of the school-aged children in the colony Dykanka, Ukraine, December 15, 2021 – A school in Dykanka, Poltava Oblast, has officially reopened after …

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Ukrainian bank uses Stellar to launch electronic hryvnia pilot project

Tascombank, one of Ukraine’s oldest commercial banks, is launching a Stellar-based pilot project for Ukraine’s national fiat currency, the hryvnia. The Stellar Development Foundation (SDF) on Tuesday announced a private electronic hryvnia pilot project launched by Tascombank and fintech firm Bitt. The electronic hryvnia pilot project is implemented under the …

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FirstFT: Ukraine accuses Germany of “blocking” NATO arms supply

Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Subscribe to our Asia, Europe / Africa or Americas edition to receive it directly to your inbox every morning of the week Ukraine’s new defense minister blamed Germany for blocking the supply of arms to Kiev via NATO, despite …

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Ukraine to expand COVID-19 vaccination, with additional funding from World Bank – Ukraine

WASHINGTON, December 10, 2021 – The World Bank Board of Directors today approved $ 150 million Additional funding for the COVID-19 emergency response and vaccination project in Ukraine. These funds will help prevent, detect and respond to threats posed by COVID-19 and strengthen Ukraine’s national public health system. About $ …

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What is SWIFT and what happens if Russia is cut off from it?

Some call it the “nuclear option”. This does not involve weapons, however. While the administration of US President Joe Biden considers that economic threats could thwart what it fears is a new Kremlin plan to invade Ukraine, one option would be on the shortlist: cut Russia off from the global …

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Congress worries about Russian aggression against Ukraine ‘missed opportunity’

As Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin discussed the military strengthening of Russia on the Ukrainian border on Tuesday, Congress unveiled a defense policy bill that the head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee called ” missed opportunity ”to dissuade Moscow. A provision in the sprawling annual legislation would modestly …

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How anti-reform messages replace pro-Russian rhetoric on Ukrainian television

With the Russian aggression against Ukraine now in its eighth year, openly pro-Kremlin positions have turned toxic in the Ukrainian news space. Instead, those who wish to prevent Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic integration now tend to focus their attention on anti-Western rhetoric. This trend has accelerated in recent years and appears designed …

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December 2 News Updates: Opec + Reaches Agreement to Continue to Increase Oil Production, Germany Moves Towards Mandatory Covid Vaccination, United States Imposes New Sanctions on Belarus following the migrant crisis

The level of hospitalizations for Covid-19 in the United States rose in November, ending a series of two-month declines after the country’s summer surge. The increase in hospitalizations has been accompanied by a daily rise in new coronavirus infections and a high number of deaths, raising concerns about a fifth …

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Fears at Ukrainian border escalate as officials hold Biden-Putin meeting

Russian President Vladimir Putin greets during the 2021 US-Russia summit at Villa La Grange near Lake Geneva on June 16, 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. Mikhail Svetlov | Getty Images News | Getty Images Uncertainty has surrounded the details of a much-vaunted meeting between US President Joe Biden and Russian President …

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Turkish lira crisis reveals dependence on imported energy

Turkey is surrounded by some of the richest fossil fuel reserves in the world, in the Middle East and Central Asia, but itself produces little oil, gas or coal. The country imports 93% of the oil and 99% of the gas it consumes, a vulnerability when energy prices in dollars …

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Cryptocurrency: its time has come

Ten odd years since Bitcoin, the most famous cryptocurrency started in 2009, Indians own 60% of the world’s cryptocurrencies through 15 million people. The cryptocurrency is the Guy Fawkes sovereign legal tender. This 21st century avatar is the disruptive offshoot of the digital age, now using the third stage of …

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