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Greece And Russia Sign Deal On Turkish Stream In The Mist Of The Greek Debt Crisis

On June 2nd, EMerging Equity reported that Greece was planning to sign a document on political support for Gazprom’s Turkish Stream project at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. Surprisingly, while struggling with its debt, Greece wanted to allocate $2 billion to support its construction. And … it happened. Russia and Greece have signed a deal to create a joint enterprise for construction … Continue reading

Greece To Invest $2 Billion In Turkish Stream

Greece plans to sign a document on political support for Gazprom’s Turkish Stream project at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in June, its Energy Minister announced on Monday. The country plans to invest $2 billion in its construction. A memorandum on political support for the gas pipeline project will be prepared by June 18-20, … Continue reading

Weekly Emerging & Frontier Market ETF Dashboard: Quantitative Asset Allocation Insight (19-Dec-2014)

By ETFalpha Global Emerging Markets expressed as iShares MSCI EM ETF (EEM) have been remaining in both negative trend and momentum. However, if the recent market bounce appears to be sustainable during the week commencing December, 21st we may see momentum turing into positive territory. Assuming that’s the case we would be recommending to increase … Continue reading

Weekly Emerging & Frontier Market ETF Dashboard: Quantitative Asset Allocation Insight

By ETFalpha Contact(at)ETFalpha.uk What an interesting week for global stocks and Emerging Markets. The levels of volatility jumped significantly with the VIX Index reading increased by more than 78% for the week! Both Emerging and Frontier Markets lost around 6% predominantly due to plummeting oil and generally commodity prices. Technically things look awful as both … Continue reading

Russia Is Running Out Of Money – Not…

By Ben Aris in Moscow There has been a spate of articles recently suggesting that Russia is on the edge of a complete economic meltdown. There was an article in the UK’s The Daily Telegraph suggesting that its economy has lost a third of its value in dollar terms and dropped from eighth largest economy to 13th … Continue reading

EU Not Ready To Talk Free Trade With Russia As Cases Mount In WTO

By Iana Dreyer of Borderlex “Trade from Lisbon to Vladivostok: yes, it’s a beautiful vision,” said Cecilia Malmström, the new EU trade commissioner, at a recent parliamentary meeting in Brussels. “But I don’t think it’s a vision that will materialise in the very short term. Russia has occupied an independent country. The situation is escalating. Entering … Continue reading

Ruble Is Now Truly Floating

By BNE IntelliNews During the worst of the ruble’s plunge in recent weeks traders were completely wrong-footed: they expected the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) to step in and defend the national currency’s value, but it did nothing. “Where is the CBR?” lamented Tim Ash, head of emerging markets research at Standard Bank, as the ruble fell … Continue reading

Your Weekly Emerging & Frontier Market ETF Dashboard: Quantitative Asset Allocation (Iconographic)

Emerging and Frontier Markets are an asset class itself these days and offer investors amazing opportunities. The challenge is to harness the amount of volatility relatively bigger versus the other equity asset classes. Also the universe of ETFs in that space is pretty big and any successful asset allocation approach has to follow a well … Continue reading

Medium Term Outlook For The Russian Stock Market

By Maxim Achkasov Russian RTS Index broke a key support level of 1000 on Nov 7, 2014 and  moved lower trading on Dec 5  at 918 level as I type. In the next few weeks we see the following factors, which will influence the performance of Russian equities. NEGATIVE FACTORS Continued Geopolitical crisis in Ukraine … Continue reading

South Stream Halt Is ‘Casualty Of Sanctions’ – Expert To RT

The breakdown of talks between Russia and Europe over the South Stream pipeline is another example of diplomatic discord between Moscow and Brussels, but they still need to cooperate over gas for the next 20-30 years, economist Max Fraad Wolff told RT. “South Stream looks like yet another casualty of sanctions and poor relations between … Continue reading

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