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Russia's opposition leader Alexei Navalny was arrested this week ahead of an anti-corruption protest he was scheduled to take part in. On one hand, images of his arrest could spark mass demand for a government ...
Inflation in Russia (ERUS) remained steady in May 2017. The only rise was in the price of food compared to the previous month.
There are those who doubt whether focusing on BRIC—Brazil, Russia, India and China—is still a viable way of thinking about emerging market exposure. The larger these economies get, some say, the more correlated they become with developed markets, and the less off-the-charts growth opportunities they provide. But in the past 12 months, it’s BRIC that’s shinning. And not just among emerging markets.
This article is part of a regular series of thought leadership pieces from some of the more influential ETF strategists in the money management industry. Today's article is by Mike Venuto, co-founder and chief investment officer of New York-based Toroso Investments.
Russian stocks jumped almost 1% on Thursday of last week after news broke that the U.S. Treasury Department had tweaked some of the sanctions on the Russian intelligence agency―the Federal Security Service (FSB).
Last year was certainly a good year for the U.S. stock market. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE: SPY ) finished 2016 up 11.2 percent on the year. However, as happy as U.S. investors were in 2016, stocks ...
Russian authorities are gearing up for a fight against a new kind of drinking problem. President Vladimir Putin has called for tightened alcohol regulations, and investigators have opened a criminal investigation, ...
These Russian ETFs have been gaining momentum owing to recovering oil price and election of Russia-friendly Donald Trump as U.S President.