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As the Russian elite gathers for the St Petersburg Economic Forum, they will be all too aware the future looks less certain than it has for years.
If e-commerce giant Amazon thought it had tough competition from China's Alibaba then it might want to consider a new Russian dark horse in the shape of Ulmart.
Nearly 150 individuals and companies have been targeted for sanctions related to Russia's actions in Ukraine. Click ahead for some of the most high-profile individuals hit by the measures.
Russia's state-controlled Gazprom has signed a long-awaited megadeal to supply gas to China, which could ease the impact of Western sanctions.
Russia's Gazprom said on Wednesday it saw only an "insignificant" risk of interruption to gas transit to Europe during spring and summer this year.
When Russia seized Crimea in March, it also acquired the rights to trillion-dollar resources, the New York Times reports.
For super-wealthy Russians, education at one of Britain’s top traditional boarding schools has become as desirable as a pad in Mayfair.
Ukraine has had its $17 billion IMF bailout signed off, but lenders are already warning of threats to its funding.
The latest sanctions mark an intensification of the U.S.'s attempts to wound Russia economically over perceived intervention in Ukraine.