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  • Russia prepares to invest wealth fund in banks

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has prepared legal changes that would enable the government to invest up to 20 percent of its National Wealth Fund (NWF) in subordinated debts of banks, according to a document published on a government website. The draft...
  • Beware of Obamacare for the Internet

    Beware of Obamacare for the Internet
    Never before has it been so easy to turn an idea into a business. With a simple Internet connection, some ingenuity and a lot of hard work, anyone today can create a new service or app or start selling products nationwide. In the past, such a person...
  • Ukraine, separatists revving for resumption of full-fledged war

    Ukraine, separatists revving for resumption of full-fledged war
    Russian and Ukrainian officials traded accusations Thursday about gearing up for a resumption of full-fledged war in eastern Ukraine as European monitors reported a steady rise in what appeared to be uniformed fighters crossing in from Russia. Russian...
  • Amid Russian incursion, Poroshenko says Ukraine ready to defend itself

    Amid Russian incursion, Poroshenko says Ukraine ready to defend itself
    Ukraine is ready to defend itself against attack amid reports that Russia had again sent columns of troops and military hardware across their shared border, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Friday. “There are no grounds for panic,”...
  • Obama Wins Deals With Confident Chinese

    Obama Wins Deals With Confident Chinese
    The photograph on Tuesday from Beijing was as carefully arranged as a display of Ming china: Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping discussing the world's business as they walked, side by side, across a bridge with ornate, brilliantly illuminated...
  • Opportunity in a shared enemy

    Opportunity in a shared enemy
    The meeting of the Russian foreign minister and the U.S. secretary of state in Paris last month has led to a surprise thaw in relations: The two countries will share intelligence on ISIS and work together to combat terrorism in the region. The...
  • IMF warns Russia's economy to suffer from falling oil prices

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund on Thursday welcomed Russia's move to float the rouble, but warned it would not be enough to cushion the country's oil-dependent economy from the impact of falling crude prices. IMF spokesman Bill...
  • Western banks weather post-sanctions slump in Russian dealmaking

    LONDON (Reuters) - Western banks have seen their fees from Russian deals collapse as sanctions squeeze once-lucrative bond and equity business, but buoyant demand elsewhere has already pushed fees from emerging market clients 10 percent higher than 2013's...
  • Cheaper oil's winners and losers

    The recent drop in world oil prices — from more than $100 a barrel in June to about $80 a barrel now — will benefit the global economy, American consumers and a beleaguered U.S. foreign policy. And there are reasons to think oil could remain...
  • British PM Cameron says Russia sanctions could increase over Ukraine

    British PM Cameron says Russia sanctions could increase over Ukraine
    Russia's actions in eastern Ukraine are unacceptable and could draw greater sanctions from the United States and European Union, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday. "I still hope that the Russians see some sense and recognise that they...
  • Putin blames Ukraine for obstructing MH17 inquiry

    Putin blames Ukraine for obstructing MH17 inquiry
    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday accused Ukraine's government of interfering with the investigation into the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jet in July that killed 298 people. Independent investigators have had little access to the wreckage...