Russia Sanctions

Russia Sanctions
January, 12, 18:30:00

IMPORTANT FOR RUSSIA

The end of the global commodity super-cycle, particularly the sharp drop in oil prices - Russia’s main export -caused the Russian economy to slip into recession, ushering in a period of difficult economic adjustment. Limited economic diversification and heavy reliance on oil have made Russia vulnerable to terms-of-trade shocks.

Russia Sanctions
January, 11, 18:45:00

RUSSIA SANCTIONS FOREVERMORE

Senior U.S. Republican and Democratic senators will introduce legislation on Tuesday seeking to impose a wide range of sanctions on Russia over its cyber activities and actions in Syria and Ukraine.

Russia Sanctions
December, 22, 16:00:00

RUSSIA SANCTIONS EVERMORE

U.S. and European Union sanctions and a collapse in global oil prices have hurt the Russian economy and starved it of much-needed foreign investment.

Russia Sanctions
December, 12, 18:40:00

ROSNEFT SUCCESSFUL DEAL

Rosneft Board of Directors has approved a strategic cooperation agreement with Qatar Investment Authority and Glencore, providing for further cooperation in upstream projects, logistics and global trading.

Russia Sanctions
December, 9, 18:45:00

RUSSIA SANCTIONS FOREVER

The U.S. government is to check if sanctions where violated when Russia this week struck a deal to sell a stake in oil producer Rosneft to a consortium of Qatar's sovereign fund and commodities trader Glencore, the White House said.

Russia Sanctions
November, 30, 18:50:00

IMF: EXTERNAL RISKS FOR RUSSIA

The expected fiscal consolidation and the subdued nature of the recovery are putting in place the conditions for the central bank to resume, in due course, monetary policy easing in a manner consistent with the 4 percent inflation target. However, the pace of easing should take into account the presence of external risks and the need to build credibility under the newly introduced inflation targeting regime.

Russia Sanctions
October, 26, 18:50:00

UNDERINVESTMENT OIL

Big companies responded with big cuts. BP, Eni and their peers cut exploration spending by 35% in 2015 compared with 2013, Wood Mackenzie’s data show. Many projects now focus on lower-risk, lower-reward prospects as companies hope for incremental gains near existing infrastructure that they can bring online quickly and cheaply.

Russia Sanctions
October, 26, 18:45:00

RUSSIA: THE LARGEST PRODUCER

Russia is the world's largest producer of crude oil (including lease condensate) and the second-largest producer of dry natural gas. Russia also produces significant amounts of coal. Russia's economy is highly dependent on its hydrocarbons, and oil and natural gas revenues account for more than 40% of the federal budget revenues.

Russia Sanctions
August, 24, 18:30:00

WESTERN SANCTIONS FOR GAZPROM

The Western sanctions have left Gazprom largely unaffected, including with respect to the execution and extension of existing contracts and the conclusion of new contracts for gas supplies with foreign parties, and have had little bearing on the Company's ongoing activities.

Russia Sanctions
August, 4, 18:35:00

NEGATIVE RUSSIAN OIL

However, in conjunction with both lower oil prices and international sanctions, Russia has recently experienced five consecutive quarters of decline in GDP, representing that country's deepest economic downturn since 2008-09.

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