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  • *Court orders Moscow to pay $51 billion in Yukos case. MOSCOW, July 28- The rouble and Moscow stocks extended their losses on Monday after Russia said it would appeal against an international court ruling to pay $51 billion for expropriating assets of the now-defunct oil producer Yukos.

  • UN condemns terrorist oil sales from Iraq, Syria Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | 11:26 AM ET

    UNITED NATIONS— The U.N. Security Council strongly condemned any sale of oil from Syria or Iraq by terrorist groups and reminded all countries that buying the illegally obtained oil violates U.N. sanctions.

  • *Russia stocks tumble anew after new sanctions. *Wall Street falls in early trade on weak housing data; bonds gain. NEW YORK, July 28- World stock markets fell on Monday as new European sanctions against Moscow chilled the already frosty relationship with Russia while the dollar hovered near six-month highs against a basket of major currencies.

  • *Russia stocks tumble anew after new sanctions. *Wall Street falls in early trade on weak housing data; bonds gain. NEW YORK, July 28- World stock markets fell on Monday as new European sanctions against Moscow chilled the already frosty relationship with Russia while the dollar hovered near six-month highs against a basket of major currencies.

  • MOSCOW, July 28- Russia will appeal a decision of the Hague court that ruled on Monday that Moscow must pay a group of shareholders in now-defunct oil giant Yukos $51.6 billion for expropriating its assets, the Russian Finance Ministry said in a statement.

  • The EU has frozen assets and banned travel for some Russian officials, after Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea region and began supporting separatists fighting Kiev's forces in eastern Ukraine.

  • LONDON, July 28- "The world of energy may have changed forever," according to Professor James Hamilton of the University of California. "Hundred dollar oil is here to stay." Hamilton, who is one of the most respected economists writing about oil, made his bold prediction in a paper on "The Changing Face of World Oil Markets", published on July 20.

  • *Russia stocks tumble anew after new sanctions, on legal issues. Russia warned the moves would hamper cooperation between the two and undermine the fight against terrorism, although Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow would not impose tit-for-tat measures.

  • *Court orders Moscow to pay $51 billion in Yukos case. MOSCOW, July 28- Shares in Russia's Rosneft fell more than the broad MICEX index on Monday after an international court ordered Moscow to pay $51 billion for expropriating the assets of the now-defunct oil producer Yukos, most of which were acquired by Rosneft in auctions.

  • KIEV, July 28- Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Monday any failure by lawmakers to approve budget amendments on a second attempt would amount to the breakdown of Kiev's bailout deals with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

  • LONDON, July 28- Gold fell on Monday, as the dollar approached multi-month highs ahead of a series of economic data and policy releases, but prices held above $1,300 an ounce on heightened tensions between the West and Russia, and violence in the Middle East.

  • FEATURE-Bitcoin catches on in tech-savvy Romania Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | 6:45 AM ET

    But Romania ranks as the European Union's second-poorest state and among the weakest in collecting taxes and fighting fraud, making it poorly equipped to manage the bitcoin.

  • Japan to step up sanctions against Russia Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | 6:12 AM ET

    TOKYO— Japan is imposing more sanctions against Russia over its support for pro- Moscow rebels in Ukraine who are accused of shooting down a Malaysian jet, the chief government spokesman said Monday.

  • AMSTERDAM, July 28- An international arbitration panel in the Netherlands on Monday ordered Moscow to pay $51.57 billion in damages to shareholders in the defunct oil giant Yukos, saying officials under President Vladimir Putin had manipulated the legal system to bankrupt the company.

  • *Ruling comes amid turmoil in Ukraine and East-West rift. MOSCOW, July 28- The Hague's arbitration court ruled on Monday that Russia must pay a group of shareholders in defunct oil giant Yukos around $50 billion for expropriating its assets, a big hit for a country teetering on the brink of recession.

  • Russia ordered to pay $50B over Yukos Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | 4:32 AM ET

    LONDON— An international court on Monday ordered Russia to pay over $50 billion in compensation to the former majority shareholder of now-defunct Russian oil company Yukos over the expropriation of the company more than 10 years ago.

  • LONDON, July 28- The $50 billion awarded by the Hague's arbitration court against Russia is the largest arbitration award ever, said Tim Osborne, director of the GML group of shareholders which made the claim.

  • The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague issued rulings in three separate cases which had sought a total of $100 billion from Russia for expropriating Yukos, formerly controlled by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man.

  • HAGUE COURT BACKS SHAREHOLDERS IN DEFUNCT RUSSIAN OIL GIANT YUKOS, ORDERS MOSCOW TO PAY ABOUT $50 BLN.

  • RUSSIA'S LAVROV TELLS BRIEFING IN MOSCOW HE HAS NO OFFICIAL INFORMATION ON YUKOS RULING, BUT SAYS DOES NOT RULE OUT AN APPEAL.