Russia’s Exports to China Slump by a Third Amid Coronavirus
Putin Aide Tells Companies to Prepare for Harsh EU Carbon Tax
Putin Decides Low-Growth Russia Could Use Some Help From Keynes
Russia Awaits $34 Billion Windfall as Putin Starts Spending Push
Total net assets in the Templeton Global Bond Fund fell from $30 billion to $26.9 billion in the three months through December.
Putin Promised Economic Breakthrough. Russians Are Still Waiting
Bank of Russia Keeps Market Guessing After $16 Billion Inflow
The Kremlin Dismisses Climate Change as the World Heats Up
Truckers Cheering New Road Shows Scale of Putin’s Problems
Tories Lead Labour as Brexit Party Loses Ground, Polls Show
Russia Scraps Plans to Set Climate-Change Goals for Businesses
The U.S. dollar is on one side of almost 90% of foreign-exchange transactions and accounts for two-thirds of international debt.
Dollar Still Reigns Supreme for Two Nations at Odds With U.S.
Hasenstab Flips to Safe-Haven Currencies After $3 Billion Loss
Putin’s Big Dollar Dump Cost Russia $8 Billion in One Year
Michael Hasenstab Fund Loses $3 Billion in a Miserable Quarter
Putin’s Big Spending Push Is Stalled, Hurting His Growth Hopes
The Cold Calculus Behind Putin’s Lukewarm Embrace of Paris Pact
Putin Loosens Purse Strings a Bit After Years of Austerity
Kremlin Plan to Tap Wealth Fund Fuels Tension With Central Bank
Few prominent investors have been punished harder for a contrarian stance than Franklin Templeton’s Michael Hasenstab.