Analyst: “While justice needs to be pursued in this manner, the looming specter of such payments – let alone criminal charges – will only prompt the Russian government to double down in its resistance and hostility towards the global community.”


Analyst: A bill for about UAH 2,000 mln from Ukreximbank may also follow soon. It is hard to forecast whether SCM will obey such obligations, but if so, it will have to pump a lot of money out of its core assets, Metinvest (METINV) and DTEK (DTEKUA), as we reported on May 4.


The sweeping rollout of these standards, expected to occur before the end of 2019, will include basic standards, business and application standards, process and method standards, credible and interoperable standards and information security standards, according to the director. 


As he meets the Russian president yet again in the wake of Trump's Iran deal exit and escalating tensions over Iran in Syria, Israel must confront the truth: Netanyahu's policy of kowtowing to Moscow isn't working.


Photo courtesy The Kremlin Press Office

The patent application is yet another attempt by the twins at bagging a cryptocurrency-based exchange traded product, with the first ETF proposal being turned down by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission back in March 2017. 


Raiffeisen Bank Aval and Turboatom declines pull UX into negative territory


Throughout the past three weeks, 0x has continued to outperform most major cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies, by increasing by around two-fold within a 30-day period.


Repressive actions against religious groups and especially “large and small Christian churches in Russia” are increasing - except for the Orthodox of the Moscow Patriarchate. Some of the most brutal repression has occurred in Russian-occupied Ukrainian Crimea.


Analyst: “April’s growth was in line with our projections and we expect they will drop again in May.”


Most widely held and traded Ukrainian stock, Ferrexpo, finished the week with an overall 1.7% increase


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