UBS AG is standing by its recommendation investors buy shares in Ratio Oil Exploration 1992 LP even after a delay in the proposed sale of a stake in Israel’s Leviathan gas field, the company’s most valuable asset.
Turkey has pledged military action to defend a tiny enclave inside Syria where a platoon of its troops guards a memorial to an Ottoman forebear who died more than 700 years ago, after reports al-Qaeda threatened an attack.
Following is a roundup of how countries around the world have reacted to Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine’s Crimea region. The responses are grouped under the headings “Pro-Russia,” “Anti-Putin” and “On the Fence.”
Turkey’s bonds are showing the strain of the nation’s ethnic ties to Tatars in southern Ukraine, embroiled in an escalating crisis with Russia, the source of more than half the Mediterranean country’s gas.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said his country and Israel may soon renew diplomatic ties suspended following the 2010 Israeli naval raid on a Gaza Strip-bound flotilla that killed nine Turks.