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CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera explains why the markets have reacted so positively despite Russian President Vladimir Putin signing a treaty that annexes Ukraine's Crimea region.
Goldman Sachs raised its price target on Tesla from $170 - $200. CNBC's Herb Greenberg provides perspective.
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MILAN, March 18- Sundried tomatoes and seabass tartare tickled tastebuds in Milan on Tuesday as upmarket Italian food hall chain Eataly opened a flagship store, the latest step in its plan to expand and list its shares on the market.
*EU under pressure to widen sanctions against Russia. *Russia threatens to retaliate against EU and U.S. BRUSSELS, March 18- Mocked by Moscow, the European Union needs to impose far tougher sanctions over Crimea to make President Vladimir Putin sit up and pay attention, but its ability to agree them is limited- and may not be achievable at all.
LONDON, March 18- European shares changed course to climb higher in late trading on Tuesday after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin eased concerns that tensions over Ukraine will escalate.
*Putin tells parliament he does not want more of Ukraine. *Microsoft shares rally, near $40 for first time since 2000. NEW YORK, March 18- U.S. stocks rose for a second straight day on Tuesday, with the S&P moving within 1 percent of record levels after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin eased concerns that tensions over Ukraine might escalate.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick asks U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt about whether the U.S. should show more support militarily to the crisis in Ukraine.
Kerry Craig, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, says that events in Ukraine do not detract from the long-term story for global economic growth and advises exposure to emerging markets.
*Avtovaz boss says long road to turn around car company. MOSCOW, March 18- The damage to consumer confidence in Russia from a plunge in the value of the rouble could be offset for local carmakers as they become more competitive against foreign imports, industry leaders and government officials said on Tuesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty today officially making Crimea a part of Russia. CNBC's Steve Sedgwick has the latest details on whether Putin's future plans include seizing other Ukraine territories.
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LONDON, March 18- European shares changed course to climb higher late on Tuesday after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin eased fears that tensions over Ukraine will escalate.
NEW YORK, March 18- U.S. Treasuries yields were mostly flat on Tuesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting and after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin eased tensions surrounding Ukraine. "Everybody's waiting with bated breath to see what the Fed comes back with," said Aaron Kohli, interest rate strategist at BNP Paribas in New York.
NEW YORK, March 18- U.S. stocks rose for a second straight day on Tuesday, with the S&P moving within 1 percent of record levels after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin eased concerns that tensions over Ukraine might escalate.
*Ukraine PM offers Russia reassurance on NATO, militias. MOSCOW, March 18- Russian President Vladimir Putin, defying Ukrainian protests and Western sanctions, signed a treaty on Tuesday making Crimea part Russia but said he did not plan to seize any other regions of Ukraine.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports Russian President Vladimir Putin slammed the U.S. today in a joint session of parliament criticizing "Western exceptionalism."