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Russia lowers rates as inflation slows, signals more cuts

14 Jun 2019

MOSCOW The Russian central bank cut its key interest rate on Friday and said one or two more cuts were possible later this year as Russia faces sluggish economic growth and slowing inflation.

Russia's central bank chief calls for stricter rainy-day fund spending

14 Jun 2019

MOSCOW Russia's central bank governor, Elvira Nabiullina, suggested on Friday that spending of the National Wealth Fund should be reconsidered to see whether the cushion is big enough to protect the country from the possible shocks.

Russia's central bank chief calls for stricter rainy-day fund spending

14 Jun 2019

MOSCOW, June 14 Russia's central bank governor, Elvira Nabiullina, suggested on Friday that spending of the National Wealth Fund should be reconsidered to see whether the cushion is big enough to protect the country from the possible shocks.

Russia's central bank seen cutting key rate to 7.50% on Friday: Reuters poll

10 Jun 2019

MOSCOW The Russian central bank is expected to cut interest rates on Friday, opening the door for a further easing cycle later this year amid slowing economic growth and inflation, a Reuters poll showed on Monday.

Putin stands by China, criticises U.S., in trade, Huawei disputes

07 Jun 2019

ST PETERSBURG Aggressive U.S. tactics such as a campaign against Chinese telecoms firm Huawei will lead to trade wars - and possibly real wars - Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday, in a show of solidarity with China alongside its leader Xi Jinping. | Video

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Putin stands by China, criticises U.S., in trade, Huawei disputes

07 Jun 2019

ST PETERSBURG, June 7 Aggressive U.S. tactics such as a campaign against Chinese telecoms firm Huawei will lead to trade wars - and possibly real wars - Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday, in a show of solidarity with China alongside its leader Xi Jinping.

Russia's Sibur eyes Moscow IPO no earlier than 2020: CEO

07 Jun 2019

ST PETERSBURG Russia's largest petrochemicals company, Sibur, may carry out a long-planned initial public offering (IPO) no earlier than 2020 and eyes Moscow as the main venue for the listing, Sibur's Chief Executive Dmitry Konov said.

CORRECTED-Russia's Sibur eyes Moscow IPO no earlier than 2020 -CEO

07 Jun 2019

ST PETERSBURG, June 7 Russia's largest petrochemicals company, Sibur, may carry out a long-planned initial public offering (IPO) no earlier than 2020 and eyes Moscow as the main venue for the listing, Sibur's Chief Executive Dmitry Konov said.

VTB Capital expects 5-10 Russian companies to issue Eurobonds by year-end

06 Jun 2019

ST PETERSBURG, June 6 Up to 10 Russian companies could issue Eurobonds by the end of this year, taking advantage of favourable market conditions, VTB Capital's head of debt capital markets said on Thursday.

Russian Finance Ministry: use rising reserves to support exports

05 Jun 2019

MOSCOW, June 5 The Russian Finance Ministry would like to use the National Wealth Fund to support state exports, seeking to minimise risks from Western sanctions and also cut domestic borrowing, its head of state debt has told Reuters.

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