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Copy of letter seen by Russia's Grain Union, Reuters. MOSCOW, Sept 5- Russia, one of the world's largest wheat exporters, said on Friday it was not considering grain export curbs as an option to balance domestic demand during the 2014/ 15 marketing season.
MOSCOW, Sept 5- Russian tycoon Gennady Timchenko has cut his stake in petrochemical company Sibur, the firm said in a statement on Friday. Timchenko, who is on the U.S. sanctions list, sold his 17 percent stake to a company controlled by Kirill Shamalov, deputy CEO at Sibur.
*Conflicts in Ukraine, Iraq dominate NATO summit. *NATO says Moscow has thousands of combat troops in Ukraine. NEWPORT, Wales, Sept 4- NATO demanded on Thursday that Moscow withdraw its troops from Ukraine as U.S.
NEWPORT, Wales/ DONETSK, Ukraine, Sept 4- U krainian President Petro Poroshenko and the main pro-Russian rebel leader said they would both order ceasefires on Friday, provided that an agreement is signed on a new peace plan to end the five-month war in Ukraine's east.
Treasurys were lower after the ECB unexpectedly cut already ultra-low interest rates and detailed plans to start buying loans and bonds next month.
*Crises in Ukraine, Iraq dominate NATO summit. *NATO says Moscow has thousands of combat troops in Ukraine. NEWPORT, Wales, Sept 4- NATO demanded on Thursday that Moscow withdraw its troops from Ukraine as U.S.
Senator Ron Johnson, (R-Wis.), discusses Russia's escalating military intrusion in Ukraine and how the Obama administration should support Ukraine.
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Dan Senor, Foreign Policy Initiative, and Steve Rattner, CNBC contributor, discuss how terrorist group ISIS could impact the markets and oil prices.
Investigators working on the cyberattack at JPMorgan have found clues that computers sent the stolen data to a Russian city.
Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president & founder, shares his thoughts about the worldwide impact of ISIS, the Ukraine-Russia standoff, and America's foreign policy.
LONDON, Sept 4- Emerging stocks traded at fresh three-year highs as markets looked to a European Central Bank meeting later on Thursday for possible monetary stimulus, while Chinese stocks hit 15- month highs. Russian stocks fell from one-week highs hit following euphoric trading after Ukraine and Russia signalled moves towards peace on Wednesday.
*Coming Up: European Central Bank meeting. SINGAPORE, Sept 4- Gold edged up on Thursday as the dollar was flat and European equities mixed, but prices were still near a 2-1/ 2 month low as investors remained cautious ahead of a European Central Bank meeting.
*MSCI ex-Japan Asia shares retreat from 7- year high. LONDON, Sept 4- A month-long march higher for European and Asian stock markets stalled on Thursday on concerns the European Central Bank will do nothing immediate at its meeting later in the day to address a deteriorating economic outlook.
LONDON, Sept 4- The euro slipped against the dollar on Thursday, hovering near one-year lows hit earlier this week on expectations that the European Central Bank will flag the possibility of more monetary stimulus.
While the immediate focus is on efforts to bring peace to Ukraine, the longer-term impact is likely to see Europe seek alternatives to Russian natural gas, and Russia seeking other markets for its mainstay energy exports.
MOSCOW, Sept 4- Before the Internet, Anton Nossik remembers painstakingly copying out Soviet dissident Joseph Brodsky's forbidden writings on a clattering typewriter for samizdat publications.
SYDNEY/ SINGAPORE, Sept 4- The euro held steady versus the dollar on Thursday, having recovered from one-year lows set earlier this week as investors repositioned ahead of the European Central Bank policy review.
*Samsung Electronics up as rival Apple hit by security concerns. TOKYO, Sept 4- Asian shares steadied near seven-year highs on Thursday, underpinned by hopes of a ceasefire in Ukraine, though a cautious mood prevailed for now ahead of the European Central Bank's meeting.
Oil futures on both sides of the Atlantic rose by more than $2 a barrel on Wednesday, moving away from multi-month lows as the prospect of peace talks over Ukraine and strong U.S. economic data raised demand expectations. *U.S. crude for October delivery was down 32 cents at $95.22 a barrel by 0055 GMT.