As gas prices continue to skyrocket at an alarming rate, people around the world are debating who is to blame.
Canada Says Its Oil Could Replace US Imports Of Russian Crude, All It Would Take Is Approval Of The Keystone XL Pipeline
Green Is Dead: EU Energy Roadmap Has Shifted From Decarbonization To Energy Security, Goldman Warns
In an arrangement similar to the bloc's $2 trillion COVID rescue fund, the European Union has decided to jointly issue what Bloomberg dubbed "potentially massive" bond sales to finance an energy and defense fund to help the bloc maintain its resolve
The shockwaves in global crop markets from Russia's invasion of Ukraine are now spreading to store shelves.
The West is going crazy, and the decisions to throw out all ties to Russia are further escalating the risk of global war.
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Last week, following reports that as part of its countersanctions, the Russian central bank had banned payments to foreign owners of ruble bonds known as OFZ...
Global food prices soared to a new record high in February, led by a massive jump in vegetable oil and dairy prices as well as higher costs for grains, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
Ukraine is considered the "breadbasket of Europe," and the Russian invasion is choking off grain exports, sending global food prices to record highs.
In this episode, John Interviews expert on the history of global control and conspiring elites Charlie Robinson of the Macroaggressions Podcast.
Renowned geopolitical and financial cycle expert Charles Nenner says his analysis shows the world is entering into a huge war cycle that could last for many years.
Update (1705ET): Things just got a little more problematic for anyone with Russian exposure.
Situation Update, Mar 2, 2022 - The ECONOMIC SUICIDE of the West is now under way
More than two decades ago, on August 17, 1998, Russia defaulted on its debt and devalued the ruble, sparking a political crisis that culminated with Vladimir Putin replacing Boris Yeltsin and which also eventually resulted in the spectacular implosio
While Russia is grappling with a financial blockade by the Western world, its physical isolation just got exponentially worse after Maersk...
Amid the fog of war, Ukraine raised 8.1 billion hryvnia ($277 million) in a sale of war bonds on Tuesday yielding 11%, in the country's latest fundraising effort to tap into the global support for the country in its fight against Russia's invasion.
While it is the Ukrainians who appear to be suffering most from kinetic warfare; Russians ...
It's almost difficult to remember now, but February started with a lingering focus on the Omicron wave of the virus and the expected business interruptions that COVID was again causing.
"The Dirty Work Of Going Through Old Positions On Bank Balance Sheets Is Being Done Around The Clock As We Speak"
Analysis: Push for Green Energy Not Russia's Invasion of Ukraine Driving up Oil Prices, Threatening Security
In his brief assessment on the impact exclusion from SWIFT would have on Ukrainian banks, hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman said that "once a bank can't transfer or receive funds from other banks...
...Suspends Stock Trading On Moscow Exchange
Remember when the World Economic Forum held a conference on "The Great Narrative"? And remember when Klaus Schwab threatened to release a book on the topic?
Faced with a $32 billion drop in their wealth this year, Russian oligarchs are looking for assets to allow them to overcome sanctions that will increase with the invasion of Ukraine.
The escalation of tension in Ukraine has reminded us of something many investors seemed to have forgotten: geopolitical risk.
The draft bill comes after the government gave the green light to Bitcoin regulation, disregarding the Bank of Russia's concerns.
Rising gas prices to hit $7 a gallon if crude oil cost spikes and tension between Russia and Ukraine escalates
WE ARE AT THE END DAYS HERE - SAYS FORMER EXECUTIVE OF BLACKROCK EDWARD DOWD
For a telling window on the global supply chain crisis, watch the market for the containers themselves: the commoditized, corrugated steel boxes that move the world's cargo.