|Bid||0.00 x 140000|
|Ask||0.00 x 100000|
|Day's Range||45.67 - 46.60|
|52 Week Range||27.72 - 50.51|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||1,325.71|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
MOSCOW/GENEVA, Russia, March 23 (Reuters) - Russia will likely prepare a list of restrictions on imported products from the United States in response to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminium, Moscow's trade ministry said on Friday, according to Interfax news agency. The announcement came after China threatened to retaliate to U.S. President Donald Trump's measures, stoking fears of a looming global trade war. "We will prepare our position, submit it to the Economy Ministry and apply to the WTO (the World Trade Organization)," Russia's Deputy Trade Minister, Viktor Yevtukhov, said, according to Interfax.
Russia shares Europe's concern after U.S. President Donald Trump announced he would impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminium, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday. "We know that many ...
A list of wealthy Russians close to the Kremlin published by the United States on Tuesday included some businessmen who have distanced themselves from the Kremlin or even fallen foul of Russia's ruling elite. The U.S. Treasury Department named 210 people, including 96 "oligarchs" with wealth of $1 billion or more, on a list of people deemed to be close to the Kremlin as part of a sanctions package signed into law in August last year. President Vladimir Putin called the list an "unfriendly act" that would further complicate relations between Moscow and Washington.
The European Union has decided to set duties on hot-rolled steel from Brazil, Iran, Russia and Ukraine after a complaint by EU manufacturers that the product used for construction and machinery was being sold at excessively low prices. The EU will levy anti-dumping tariffs of between 17.6 and 96.5 euros ($20.6-112.8) per tonne from Saturday, its official journal said.
The European Union is planning to impose duties of up to 33 percent on hot-rolled steel imports from Brazil, Iran, Russia and Ukraine to counter what it sees as unfairly low prices, according to a document seen by Reuters. The EU has over 40 anti-dumping measures to aid European steel producers, mostly aimed at China. In June, the bloc set duties of up to 35.9 percent on Chinese hot-rolled steel, prompting an angry response from Beijing.