Putin’s Push to Dump Dollar Proves Hard Sell With Russia Inc.
Russia Dumps $101 Billion From Dollar Reserves in Pivot to China
Russia’s central bank raised its key interest rate a quarter-point to 7.75 percent.
Tough Choice Looms for Russian Central Bank Plagued by Sanctions
U.S. `Shooting Itself' With Steps That Harm Dollar, Putin Says
Crimea Spat Adds to Intrigue Over Where Russian Rates Are Headed
Putin’s Isolation Is Denting His Growth Plan for Russia
Ruble Jumps as U.S. Makes `Common Sense' Move on Rusal Sanctions
The U.S. Midterms Are a Key Event for Russia
Russia Says Cash-Strapped Venezuela Wants an Adviser, Not Money
Oil Rally Gives Kremlin a Headache as Gasoline Prices Spike
Russia Sends Team to Venezuela to Help Draft Rescue Plan
Russia’s low borrowing requirements make it “resilient,” Moody’s analyst Kristin Lindow said in an interview
Russia Pauses Rate Hikes But Warns Further Tightening Possible
Faster expansion is now vital for Putin’s ability to deliver on his campaign promises to improve living standards.
Inflation Stalking Russia Adds to `Hopelessness' Among Consumers
Russian Government Drafting Plan to Reduce Dollar Use: The Bell
Russia Extends Debt-Sale Absence to Longest Since 2014 Crisis
The surprise pivot to rate increases was one part of a response by Governor Elvira Nabiullina to threats of U.S. sanctions
Russia Surprises With First Rate Hike Since 2014 Over Sanctions
For investors scarred by crisis in Turkey, even a whiff of political meddling could be a red flag as turmoil sweeps EMs.