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Russia bans food imports

FNC’s Bret Baier and WSJ business editor Dennis Berman on the ripple effects of tighter Russian sanctions.

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  1. Insight: Money fled Cyprus as president fumbled bailout

    As new President Nicos Anastasiades hesitated over an EU bailout that has wrecked Cyprus's offshore financial haven status, money was oozing out of his country's clo...

  2. Russia backstops Cyprus bailout despite anger

    MOSCOW, March 25 (Reuters) - Russia signalled on Monday it would backstop the European Union's bailout of Cyprus despite anger that the weekend rescue deal would imp...

  3. Russian PM: Stealing Continues in Cyprus

    Moscow reacted with anger on Monday to a European Union bailout of Cyprus that will result in heavy losses for foreign depositors at the Mediterranean island's banks...

  4. Medvedev: Russia Hasn't Ruled Out Help For Cyprus

    Russia has not ruled out aid for Cyprus but would only provide assistance after island nation and the European Union resolve their differences over a bailout for the...

  5. EU Urgently Seeks Cyprus Solution

    The situation in Cyprus is "serious" and it is of the "utmost urgency" to find a solution in the next few days, a spokesman for the European Commission said Thursday...

  6. EU: Cyprus Situation Is Serious, Need Solution with Utmost Urgency

    The situation in Cyprus is "serious" and it is of the "utmost urgency" to find a solution in the next few days, a spokesman for the European Commission said Thursday...

  7. ECB Gives Cyprus an Ultimatum on Bailout

    The European Central Bank gave Cyprus until Monday to raise billions of euros to clinch an international bailout or face losing emergency funds for its banks and ine...

  8. Russia PM: May Rethink Euro in FX Reserves Given Cyprus Situation - Report

    Russia may reconsider the euro in the structure of its gold and forex reserves in light of the situation with the Cyprus banking sector, Interfax news agency cites R...

  9. Russia PM: Plan for Cyprus Should Involve All Interested Parties

    Any plan to settle the Cyprus crisis should involve all interested parties, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Thursday, criticizing as "absurd" a euro-zone...

  10. Russia may rethink euro in reserves after Cyprus : PM

    Russia may need to review the share of euros it holds in its central bank reserves over the euro zone's bungled handling of a bailout of Cyprus, Prime Minister Dmitr...

  11. Russia's Medvedev: EU "bull in china shop" on Cyprus

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev criticized the European Union's handling of the financial crisis gripping Cyprus on Wednesday, describing it as a "bull in a c...

  12. The Cyprus Solution for America

    Call it the Cyprus Solution: A bankrupt nation with an insolvent banking system lives yet another day by confiscating the assets of its savers.It's a game plan so co...

  1. What’s the Deal, Neil: Taxpayers paying for illegal children’s education?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the influx of illegal immigrant children and a recent poll showing Mitt Romney would beat President Obama if the election were held today.

  2. Can U.S. politicians learn something from the Russians?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on Russian and U.S. leadership during the Ukraine crisis.

  3. Putin on the Style

    You have to hand it to Russian President Vladimir Putin; He tames wild animals shirtless, flies fighter jets (with a shirt on) and loves to roundhouse an audience wi...

  4. White House Reaches Out To Russia, Allies On Ukrai

    Vice President Joe Biden called Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to discuss the crisis in Ukraine, a White House spokesman said Monday. In a statement, the Whi...

  5. Ukraine signs $10 billion shale gas deal with Chevron

    Ukraine signed a $10 billion shale gas production-sharing agreement with U.S. Chevron on Tuesday, another step in a drive for more energy independence from Russia.Th...

  6. Russia Econ Min: 2013 Privatization of Major Firms May Raise around RUB320 Billion

    Privatization of state stakes in Russia's major companies could raise around 320 billion rubles ($10.2 billion) in 2013, the country's economy minister said Monday.A...

  7. Analysis: Tele2 exits Russia, pursued by capitalist Kremlin bear

    Foreign investors venturing into Russia can - and have - made a lot of money, but doing business with the state tends to work out best for the Kremlin capitalists in...

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