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Section: The Wall Street Journal (USA)

      Withdrawal of Heavy Weapons From Ukraine Front Lines Sought
      Apr14

      Withdrawal of Heavy Weapons From Ukraine Front Lines Sought

      Foreign ministers from Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France called for more heavy weaponry to be withdrawn from the front lines in eastern Ukraine, amid recent flare-ups in violence between government forces and Russia-backed rebels. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      S&P Cuts Ukraine Ratings Further Into Junk
      Apr10

      S&P Cuts Ukraine Ratings Further Into Junk

      Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services cut Ukraine’s credit rating further into junk territory, reflecting its view that an eventual default is “virtually inevitable.” …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Bans Soviet-Era Symbols
      Apr09

      Ukraine Bans Soviet-Era Symbols

      Parliament voted to ban Soviet as well as Nazi symbols here, a move that reinforced Ukraine’s recent pivot away from Moscow but raised the prospect of exacerbating the country’s divisions. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Bondholders Unite for Restructuring Plan
      Apr09

      Ukraine Bondholders Unite for Restructuring Plan

      Investors holding $10 billion of Ukrainian debt have joined forces to develop a restructuring plan which won’t involve a reduction in the value of the bonds. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine in Talks to Boost Cash
      Apr08

      Ukraine in Talks to Boost Cash

      Ukraine is in talks with several countries to provide currency swap lines to boost the country’s emergency cash reserves, the International Monetary Fund’s No. 2 official, David Lipton, said …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine in Talks to Boost Reserves
      Apr07

      Ukraine in Talks to Boost Reserves

      Ukraine is in talks with several countries to provide currency swap lines to boost the country’s emergency cash reserves, the IMF’s No. 2 official, David Lipton, said Tuesday. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Russia Rattles Nuclear Saber Amid Tension
      Apr05

      Russia Rattles Nuclear Saber Amid Tension

      Bellicose rhetoric, including open nuclear threats, from Vladimir Putin on down has swelled in Moscow since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, to a level largely unseen even in the days of the Cold War. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Lavrov Stresses Ukraine Cease-Fire’s Importance
      Apr04

      Lavrov Stresses Ukraine Cease-Fire’s Importance

      Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said a peaceful solution to the Ukraine crisis is centered on following through with the Minsk cease-fire agreement. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Default Threat Haunts Ukrainian Corporate Debt Investors
      Mar26

      Default Threat Haunts Ukrainian Corporate Debt Investors

      Investors in Ukrainian companies’ bonds could be facing huge losses, economists warn, amid concerns the country is hurtling toward a costly default on its government debt. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Government Tries to Rein In Oligarch Ally
      Mar24

      Ukraine Government Tries to Rein In Oligarch Ally

      Allies of President Petro Poroshenko say they’re fighting to diminish the power of tycoons such as Ihor Kolomoisky, but risk destabilizing an already fraught political situation. …read more Source: The Wall Street...