*Slowing investment, capital outflows will hurt Russia. LONDON/ MOSCOW March 11- To understand Western unease about the idea of imposing wide-ranging sanctions on Moscow over its intervention in Ukraine, consider an ongoing deal by one of the Kremlin's corporate giants.» Read More
NOVO-OGARYOVO, Russia, March 5- The governor of Russia's central bank, Elvira Nabiullina, said on Wednesday she saw no fundamental reason for the depreciation in the rouble, as data on Russia's current account surplus remains favourable.
LONDON, March 5- A semblance of calm returned to world markets on Wednesday after two days of intense volatility as the United States and Russia were set to hold talks on easing East-West tension in Ukraine.
LONDON, March 5- Russian shares fell again and the rouble slipped towards record lows on Wednesday as investors remained wary about a standoff between Russia and Ukraine in Crimea. Putin has left all his options open, " Thu Lan Nguyen, emerging market strategist at Commerzbank in Frankfurt, said.
SHANGHAI, March 5- China's yuan firmed slightly against the dollar on Wednesday as the central bank appeared to reduce its intervention in the market, having engineered a sudden depreciation of the yuan since last month, traders said. Dollar purchases by state banks-- a sign of intervention by the People's Bank of China-- appeared to subside this week, traders said.
*Gold steady after 1 pct overnight fall. SINGAPORE, March 5- Gold was little changed on Wednesday as safe-haven buying cooled on easing fears of imminent military action by Russia in Ukraine, and as traders waited for U.S. data for clues on the strength of the economy.
Russia's power move in Ukraine is the slap and the so-called BRICs as an investment concept is the belief. That's not because India will bomb Sri Lanka or Brazil impose a' co-prosperity zone' on Surinam.
*Cites weakness in Russia, Argentina, Turkey, Algeria. GENEVA, March 4- French carmaker Renault has trimmed its growth forecast for the global market this year as the industry becomes increasingly worried about volatile emerging markets just when demand in Europe is starting to pick up.
MOSCOW, March 4- Russian companies are putting plans for bond deals on hold while banks assess the impact on investor demand of a slump in financial markets following Russia's military intervention in Ukraine. Russia paid a heavy financial price on Monday for its military action in Ukraine, with stocks, bonds and the rouble plunging.
*Hyundai, Toyota, Renault see strong growth in the segment. Europe's largest carmaker has been trying for more than a year to hit internal cost requirements for the vehicle, which would likely sell for between 6,000 euros and 8,000 euros and be built in China, the biggest market for budget cars.
LONDON, March 4- Russian equities, bonds and the rouble soared on Tuesday and Ukraine's assets rallied after Russian moves that investors took as a sign of an easing in East-West tensions.
Trade friction between the two countries has increased ahead of a general election in India, amid lingering tension over the recent arrest and strip search of a female diplomat in New York suspected of visa fraud.
LONDON, March 4- Copper steadied on Tuesday, after falling to three-month lows the day before, as a possible softening in Russia's stance on Ukraine eased aversion to assets perceived as more risky.
*Cites weakness in Russia, Argentina, Turkey, Algeria. GENEVA, March 4- French carmaker Renault has trimmed its growth forecast for the global market this year, in a sign the industry is becoming increasingly worried about volatile emerging markets even as demand in Europe starts to pick up.
Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones, comments on Ukrainian and Russian debt and explains why he's been buying emerging markets¿ hard currency bonds.
*Demand in China seen weak due to ample supply, falling yuan. SYDNEY, March 4- London copper steadied on Tuesday, climbing off three-month lows touched the day before as a possible softening in Russia's stance on the Ukraine eased risk aversion that had been fuelled by signs of shrinking manufacturing growth in top metals user China.
Callum Henderson, Global Head of FX Research at Standard Chartered, explains why he thinks geopolitical turmoil may become the new normal and explains what that means for equity markets.
Alex Latzer, Leader, Asia Metals and Mining at Maybank Kim Eng Securities, explains how soft commodities and emerging markets may be at risk due to heightened tensions in Ukraine.
*China growth hit by falling export orders. LONDON/ BEIJING/ NEW YORK, March 3- Manufacturing growth in Europe and Asia slowed last month, pressured by falling demand from abroad, while the United States bucked the trend with manufacturing expanding at its fastest pace in over three years.
Bartosz Pawlowski, global head of EM strategy at BNP Paribas, looks at the key questions on Ukraine from a market perspective.
Andrew Foxall, director of the Russia Studies Center at the Henry Jackson Society, says that Russia's actions were "pre-planned".