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  • Ukraine Says Putin Citing History on Southeast Region ‘Worrying’

    Ukraine said Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reference to the country’s southeast being historically part of Russia was a “worrying signal” that showed he’s trying to shift borders again after annexing Crimea.

  • TCS Founder Says Hacker Attacks on His Bank May Be From Ukraine

    Oleg Tinkov, founder of Russia’s TCS Group Holding Plc, said online attacks on the consumer lender may possibly have originated from hackers in Ukraine.

  • Sberbank Net Misses Estimates on Jump in Bad-Loan Provisions

    OAO Sberbank, eastern Europe’s biggest lender, posted a smaller increase in full-year profit than analysts estimated as provisions for bad loans rose.

  • Ukraine Military Concedes on Crimea as Russia Takes Hold

    Ukraine said it plans to reinforce its eastern border with Russia and withdraw troops from Crimea, ceding control of the Black Sea peninsula as tensions remained high over Russian moves to annex the breakaway region.

  • Ukraine’s Yatsenyuk Warns of Russian Escalation on Border

    Russia will try to further provoke tensions in eastern and southern Ukraine after moving this week to annex the breakaway Crimean peninsula, interim Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said.

  • Dangote Secures $4.25 Billion for Nigeria Oil Refinery

    Aliko Dangote, Africa’s wealthiest man, says he has negotiated loans of $4.25 billion from banks to build a refinery to help the continent’s largest crude oil producer reduce gasoline imports.

  • Ukraine Seeks Better Terms for IMF Financing, Minister Says

    Ukraine will seek better terms from the International Monetary Fund for a $15 billion bailout loan amid tensions with Russia in the Crimean peninsula, Economy Minister Pavlo Sheremeta said.

  • Dvorkovich Sees Huge Economic Gains for Russia From Olympics

    Russia is counting on big returns from its Olympics investment, which transformed the Black Sea town of Sochi into a full-scale winter resort, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said.

  • Zimbabwe Elections Won’t Take Place in June, Tsvangirai Says

    Zimbabwe won’t hold elections next month because the ruling coalition has failed to agree on changes to security and media laws needed to ensure for a fair vote, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said.

  • New Finance Centers: Creating a 'Street of Dreams'

    July 2 (Bloomberg) -- With global financial power dispersing to emerging economies, so too are centers of regional finance. But, creating and competing to become an international finance center is not without challenges. What is the combination of factors that creates vibrant IFCs? And which cities have the most potential? That's the discussion hosted by Bloomberg's Ryan Chilcote at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum in Russia. He is joined by Dennis Nally, chairman of Pwc international, Spencer Lake, co-head of global markets at HSBC, Makram Azar, vice-chairman of investment banking at Barclays, Oleg Viyugin, chairman of Mdm Bank and Ruben Aganbegyan, chief executive officer of Micex-Rts Ojsc. The event took place on June 22. (Source: Bloomberg)

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