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    10 Things You Need To Know Before The Opening Bell
    Nov03

    10 Things You Need To Know Before The Opening Bell

    Good morning! Here are 10 of the biggest stories you need to know before US markets open. Angela Merkel Hit Out At David Cameron. The German chancellor has signaled to the British prime minister that renegotiation of the European Union’s freedom of movement is not on the table. The Eurozone’s Manufacturers Reported Weak Growth. The...

    Study analyzing ethnicity of Russia’s wealthiest condemned for singling out Jews
    Nov03

    Study analyzing ethnicity of Russia’s wealthiest condemned for singling out Jews

    (JTA) — A member of Russia’s Human Rights Council condemned a news website that said that nearly a quarter of Russia’s top billionaires are Jews. Nikolai Svanidze of the council – a Kremlin-affiliated body with no executive powers –- made the condemnation last week against Lenta.ru, which analyzed according to faith and ethnicity the...

    Russia backs Ukrainians separatists’ election
    Nov03

    Russia backs Ukrainians separatists’ election

    Pro-Russian rebels fill their ballots in voting cabins at a polling station set up inside a rebel military base during rebel elections in the city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine Sunday, Nov. 2, 2… …read more Source: The Bismarck...

    Pro-Russian Leader Wins Ukrainian Separatist Election, as Kiev Dubs It a ‘Farce’
    Nov03

    Pro-Russian Leader Wins Ukrainian Separatist Election, as Kiev Dubs It a ‘Farce’

    Pro-Russian separatist Alexander Zakharchenko has easily won an election for leadership of a breakaway republic in eastern Ukraine, the vote’s organisers said on Monday. Sunday’s vote, the climax of a six-month separatist rebellion in Ukraine’s industrialised east, took place in defiance of Kiev’s pro-Western authorities...

    Renewed tensions after Russia backs Ukrainian separatists’ election
    Nov03

    Renewed tensions after Russia backs Ukrainian separatists’ election

    MOSCOW – Russia has backed a contentious election held by separatists in eastern Ukraine, setting the stage for renewed diplomatic tensions with the West. The Foreign Ministry said Monday that the vote in Donetsk and Luhansk gave elected representatives the authority to restore stability in regions unsettled by an armed separatist insurgency....

    Russia backs Ukrainians separatists’ election
    Nov03

    Russia backs Ukrainians separatists’ election

    Russia has backed a contentious election held by separatists in eastern Ukraine, setting the stage for renewed diplomatic tensions with the West.Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Pro-Russian separatist Zakharchenko wins Ukraine rebel vote
    Nov03

    Pro-Russian separatist Zakharchenko wins Ukraine rebel vote

    Sunday’s vote, the climax of a six-month separatist rebellion in Ukraine’s industrialised east, took place in defiance of Kiev’s pro-Western authorities …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Russia backs Ukrainian separatists’ election, setting stage for renewed tensions with West
    Nov03

    Russia backs Ukrainian separatists’ election, setting stage for renewed tensions with West

    Russia has backed a contentious election held by separatists in eastern Ukraine, setting the stage for renewed diplomatic tensions with the West. …read more Source: FOX...

    Russia backs Ukrainians separatists’ election
    Nov03

    Russia backs Ukrainians separatists’ election

    The Foreign Ministry said Monday that the vote in Donetsk and Luhansk gave elected representatives the authority to restore stability in regions unsettled by an armed separatist insurgency. Despite the cease-fire agreement, fighting rages daily between government troops and rebel forces in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. …read more Source:...

    Russia Is Doubling Down On Its Disastrous Ukraine Adventure
    Nov03

    Russia Is Doubling Down On Its Disastrous Ukraine Adventure

    The Russian government has officially recognised elections in rebel-held Donetsk and Luhansk regions in eastern Ukraine despite UN warnings that they violate the peace agreement in the country. Russia also looks like it is beginning another military buildup on the Ukraine border. While the votes are pro-Russian, they could also become a huge...