The country's stock market fell 1.8% after a huge surge last year, but India may still be lucrative for foreign investors.
Jim Cramer has had enough crying about the economy. This group just bottomed, and is ripe for buying.
The New York metropolitan area gobbles up more energy than any other major city in the world, according to new research.
Central Bank of Russia has cut its rates to 12.5 percent from 14 percent. Geoffrey Yu, FX strategist at UBS, gives his reaction.
Simon Quijano-Evans, head of EM research at Commerzbank, says he wouldn't be surprised if the Russian Central Bank cut rates by 250 basis points or more, talking ahead of the announcement.
Statoil CEO, Eldar Saetre, says it's important to maintain a long-term relationship with Rosneft, while staying aware of Western sanctions.
Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's far-right National Front party, insists the annexation of Crimea was a direct result of major errors committed by the EU.
U.S. elections have long featured a familiar whipping post. Yet thanks to the energy boom, it's one that may not play a role in 2016.
White House officials said that no classified networks had been compromised, and that the hackers had collected no classified information.
Is the midst of a financial meltdown, Greece seeks cash and a pipeline deal from the Russians. But any agreement will need EU approval.
About 25% more LNG exports will hit the world market by 2020, and this will transform the energy market, predict CEOs at CERAWeek.
Russian Finance Minister, Anton Siluanov, says the country is always willing to look at new markets for trade, especially in the wake of Western sanctions.
It is interesting to look at how Russian and Chinese interests are aligned in developing an anti-U.S. bloc and to what extent they are competing with each other, says Paul Gambles, co-founder of MBMG Group.
Arkady Dvorkovich, deputy prime minister of Russia, says the country's interest in Asia isn't an immediate reaction to Western sanctions, but is part of a relationship that Russia has been building for the past 5 years.
Vladimir Putin addressed the Russian public, took questions, and had some testy exchanges in his yearly Q&A session.
Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the Russian public, took questions, and had some testy exchanges with anchors in his yearly "Direct Line with Putin," which this year lasted four hours. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky breaks down the most important headlines.
The Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is holding his annual phone-in, where ordinary Russians are invited to ask him questions.
SIBUR CEO, Dmitry Konov, tells CNBC that he believes the wave of state involvement in Russian M&A is over.
The idea that crude oil could crater in the next couple of weeks is being challenged as oil futures bounce off 2015 highs and are now up 17 percent this month.
U.S. President Barack Obama conceded on Tuesday that Congress will have the power to review a nuclear deal with Iran.