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The Japan Times

North Korean hacker group linked to Taiwan bank cyberheist
The Japan Times
Lazarus and its offshoots have been blamed for attacks ranging from last year's heist of Bangladesh's central bank to assaults on cryptocurrency exchanges and South Korean ATMs. North Korea is becoming increasingly starved of hard currency as the ...

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10/17/2017 07:18 AM


Ukraine refuses to circulate new Russian banknotes depicting Crimea
Xinhua
In a statement on its website, the NBU said the ban applies to all financial operations, including cash transactions, currency exchange activities and interbank trade. The new rules also prohibit Ukraine's state postal service to use the Russian bank ...

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10/13/2017 11:12 PM


Nasdaq

UPDATE 1-Russian rouble under pressure from FX deficit
Kitco News
MOSCOW, Sept 28 (Reuters) - The Russian rouble weakened on Thursday, pressured by local shortage of foreign currency. The rouble eased to 58.59 against the dollar in early trade on the Moscow Exchange, its weakest level since Aug. 31. It later paired ...
Russian rouble under pressure from FX deficitNasdaq

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09/28/2017 10:29 AM


Daily News Egypt

Egypt to provide Russian Industrial Zone land for 'symbolic fee', deferred payment: Orlov
Daily News Egypt
Do you think it is possible to rely on the local currencies of both countries in the future economic exchange between Russia and Egypt? The Russian-Egyptian Business Council has been raising this question since the very beginning of its relaunching in ...

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09/19/2017 07:08 AM


Seeking Alpha

Russian Stocks - Recovered From Q2 Sell-Off
Seeking Alpha
But that marked the bottom in the Russian MICEX Index, not the beginning of the end. Since then the Russian stock market has risen 200 points (11.2%) and has resumed its uptrend from a monthly perspective. This has occurred even though Gazprom ...

08/25/2017 01:04 PM


Forbes

It May Be Illegal To Own Some Russian Stocks And Bonds Next Year
Forbes
Traders at the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchage, or the Micex. The new anti-Russia sanctions bill orders the executive branch to prove whether or not owning certain Russian securities is a breach of sanctions law and punishable by fines. (Photo by ...

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07/31/2017 01:41 PM