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  • Putin, the Fed & your money     Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 2:01 PM ET

    Discussing whether Russia's economy, other Fed actions or China's slowing matters most to investors' money, with Matt Maley, Miller Tabak equity strategist, and CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • *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.

  • Putin comments help European shares to bounce back Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 1:30 PM ET

    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.

  • NEW YORK, March 18 (Reuters)- U.S. crude oil futures rose by more than $1 on Tuesday as strong gains in equities outweighed forecasts for another build in domestic supplies, while Brent was bolstered by continuing tensions in Ukraine.

  • *Putin says Russia does not want further Ukraine split. *Microsoft shares rally 4 pct, lead S&P 500. NEW YORK, March 18- Major world equity markets rose on Tuesday while the safe-haven yen pared gains after President Vladimir Putin, while approving plans to make Crimea part of Russia, said he did not want to split Ukraine.

  • *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 Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the rally in the Russian and U.S. markets after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty today officially making Crimea a part of Russia.

  • Putin remains defiant     Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 11:33 AM ET

    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.

  • *Euro premium erodes as Ukraine tensions seen easing. *Yen benefits broadly, helped by Ukraine worries. NEW YORK, March 18- A modest easing of geopolitical tension in Ukraine and a slight increase in U.S.

  • *Putin says Russia does not want further Ukraine split. NEW YORK, March 18- Major world equity markets rose on Tuesday and the safe-haven yen pared gains after President Vladimir Putin, while approving plans to make Crimea part of Russia, said he did not want to split Ukraine.

  • 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.

  • How to kill high-frequency trading Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 10:39 AM ET

    Here's how to stop high-frequency trading: Institute a "cancellation tax" or eliminate payment for order flow.

  • 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.

  • US & Russia markets rally after Putin speech     Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 10:19 AM ET

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera looks at how the U.S. and Russian markets reacted to comments made by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Ukraine at today's treaty signing ceremony.

  • CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports Russian President Vladimir Putin slammed the U.S. today in a joint session of parliament criticizing "Western exceptionalism."

  • LONDON, March 18- Gold fell 1 percent on Tuesday as European equities rebounded after Russian President Vladimir Putin's latest comments on Crimea lifted appetite for risk, while investors awaited a U.S. In a speech to a joint session of parliament, Putin said Russia does not want to seize more of Ukraine after approving plans to make Crimea part of Russia.

  • *Putin says Crimea to unite with Russia, but no need for further division of Ukraine. MOSCOW, March 18- Russian shares extended gains on Tuesday and the rouble rallied after President Vladimir Putin said Russia had no need for any further division of Ukraine and investors doubted the likelihood of tough western sanctions.

  • LONDON, March 18- Russian stocks jumped 2 percent and the rouble firmed up after President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday he did not want to see Ukraine divided any further, in comments that also boosted other emerging assets.

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