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      German Consumer Confidence to Fall
      Sep26

      German Consumer Confidence to Fall

      German consumer confidence is expected to deteriorate for a second consecutive month, an indication that crises in Russia, Ukraine and elsewhere are taking their toll on the mood of businesses and households in Europe’s biggest economy. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Europe Raises Prospect of Reworking Ukraine Pact
      Sep26

      Europe Raises Prospect of Reworking Ukraine Pact

      A top European Union official backed away from a pledge not to allow changes to the bloc’s newly ratified trade pact with Ukraine, a move likely to intensify Russian pressure on Kiev. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Legal Battle Resumes Over Kazakh Ex-Banker
      Sep25

      Legal Battle Resumes Over Kazakh Ex-Banker

      A French court will hear arguments Thursday on whether to extradite Mukhtar Ablyazov, a once-powerful Kazakh banker turned fugitive who is sought on fraud charges by Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Obama Addresses Extremist Threat in U.N. Speech
      Sep24

      Obama Addresses Extremist Threat in U.N. Speech

      Obama implored world leaders to unite against a series of international crises—from the rise of militant group Islamic State to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa and Russia’s intervention in Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Rebels Say They Are Pulling Back
      Sep23

      Ukraine Rebels Say They Are Pulling Back

      The pro-Russia rebels holding parts of eastern Ukraine said they had begun pulling heavy artillery away from the battle zone after Kiev troops did the same. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Raiffeisen Latest Bank to Be Hit by Ukraine Crisis
      Sep23

      Raiffeisen Latest Bank to Be Hit by Ukraine Crisis

      Raiffeisen, Austria’s third-largest bank, has become the latest European lender to see profits hit by the conflict. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Raffeisen Driven to Loss by Ukraine
      Sep23

      Raffeisen Driven to Loss by Ukraine

      Raiffeisen Bank International issued a profit warning after revising its outlook on risk costs, primarily due to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Russian Lender VTB Warns of Hit From Ukraine Crisis
      Sep22

      Russian Lender VTB Warns of Hit From Ukraine Crisis

      Russian state-controlled lender VTB could report a $1.4 billion loss for 2014 because of the crisis in Ukraine, the bank’s chief executive said Monday. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Total Looks to China to Finance Russian Gas Project
      Sep22

      Total Looks to China to Finance Russian Gas Project

      French oil major Total said it was in talks with Chinese banks to help fund a major natural-gas project in Russia in a move to get around tightening Western sanctions over Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Says Attacks Impede Buffer Zone
      Sep21

      Ukraine Says Attacks Impede Buffer Zone

      The Ukrainian government said it won’t pull back its troops in war-torn provinces of eastern Ukraine as agreed in Minsk this weekend until rebels abide by a cease-fire in the region. …read more Source: The Wall Street...