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  • Michael McFaul, NBC News analyst and former U.S Ambassador to Russia, discusses the U.S placed sanctions on Russia.

  • WASHINGTON, March 18- In an unusual move, the White House on Tuesday recommended that investors avoid Russian stocks as the political rhetoric heated up in the dispute over Moscow declaring Ukraine's Crimean peninsula part of Russia.

  • Defying sanctions, Putin signs treaty to annex Crimea Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 6:15 PM ET
    Russia's President Vladimir Putin (2nd R), Crimean Prime Minister Sergei Aksyonov (L), Crimean parliament speaker Vladimir Konstantionov (2nd L) and Alexei Chaly, Sevastopol's new de facto mayor (R), sign a treaty on the Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula becoming part of Russia, in the Kremlin, Moscow, March 18, 2014.

    Defying Ukrainian protests and Western sanctions, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty in Moscow on Tuesday making Crimea part of Russia.

  • *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 after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin soothed anxiety that tensions over Ukraine could escalate, while U.S.

  • *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 climbed for a second straight session on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 within striking distance of its record after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin soothed anxiety that tensions over Ukraine could escalate.

  • MOSCOW/ KIEV, March 18- Defying Ukrainian protests and Western sanctions, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty in Moscow on Tuesday making Crimea part of Russia again but said he did not plan to seize any other regions of Ukraine.

  • NEW YORK, March 18- U.S. stocks climbed for a second straight session on Tuesday, as the S&P 500 came within several points of its record after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin calmed worries that tensions over Ukraine could escalate.

  • *Putin tells Parliament he does not want more of Ukraine. Markets took confidence from comments by Russian President Vladimir Putin that he would not seize other regions of Ukraine outside Crimea, though a Ukrainian serviceman was killed after his base came under attack, showing the crisis was still volatile.

  • Gartman: This could send gold prices soaring Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 3:40 PM ET

    Gold is in the midst of its worst two-day stretch since December. But the Commodities King isn't ready to throw in the towel just yet.

  • *Russia's Putin: no plan to seize other Ukraine regions. NEW YORK/ LONDON, March 18- Gold fell on Tuesday as investors chose riskier assets such as equities after Russian President Vladimir Putin's latest comments eased tensions in Ukraine.

  • Putin has won, awaiting US response: Pro     Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 3:20 PM ET

    Should investors buy what Putin's selling? CNBC's Jeff Cox, and Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management CIO, discuss the longevity of the Russian market rally after Putin's speech and if investors should trust him. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides perspective.

  • Ukraine crisis: US, Russia markets move higher     Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 3:19 PM ET

    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.

  • *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.

  • *Microsoft shares rally, near $40 for first time since 2000. NEW YORK, March 18- U.S. stocks climbed for a second straight session on Tuesday, with the S&P within 1 percent of its intraday record after comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin relaxed investors' concerns that tensions over Ukraine could escalate.

  • Goldman Sachs raises Tesla price target     Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 2:42 PM ET

    Goldman Sachs raised its price target on Tesla from $170 - $200. CNBC's Herb Greenberg provides perspective.

  • *Putin tells Parliament he does not want more of Ukraine. NEW YORK, March 18- U.S. crude oil futures rose by more than $1 per barrel on Tuesday as strong gains in equities outweighed forecasts for another build in domestic supplies, while Brent was bolstered by continuing tensions in Ukraine.

  • Fed Survey: Dear Janet     Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014 | 2:05 PM ET

    CNBC's Steve Liesman shares some requests written to Fed Chair Janet Yellen.

  • 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.

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