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FTSE steady amid caution over Russia sanctions

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The FTSE 100 has traded flat as investors tread cautiously, fearing more punitive European Union (EU) sanctions against Russia following the shooting down of a passenger plane over the Ukraine, allegedly by pro-Russia rebels. The FTSE 100 added a single point to trade at 6,797, as investors took a breather following gains made yesterday on signs of an easing to the Ukraine crisis. Weak EU sanctions against Russia led to further bullishness.

FTSE steady amid caution over Russia sanctions

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FTSE steady amid caution over Russia sanctions

citywire.co.uk2014-07-23 13:36:52Cache

The FTSE 100 has traded flat as investors tread cautiously, fearing more punitive European Union (EU) sanctions against Russia following the shooting down of a passenger plane over the Ukraine, allegedly by pro-Russia rebels. The FTSE 100 added a single point to trade at 6,797, as investors took a breather following gains made yesterday on signs of an easing to the Ukraine crisis. Weak EU sanctions against Russia led to further bullishness.

European shares steady on mixed earnings, Ukraine caution

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EDINBURGH, July 23 Wed Jul 23, 2014 8:23am BST EDINBURGH, July 23 (Reuters) - European stocks held steady on Wednesday, stabilising after a surge in the previous session as traders digested mixed earnings and the possibility of fresh EU sanctions against Russia over Ukraine and the downing of a Malaysian airliner. ABB fell 2.

Britain still exporting arms to Russia: MPs

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Cameron has urged the EU to ban military sales to Russia -- accused of equipping and training separatists in eastern Ukraine -- and said Monday Britain had already halted such arms exports.The British government promised in March to stop military sales to Russia.However the report found 251 licences were still in place for the sale to Russia of controlled goods worth at least £132 million ($225 million, 167 million euro).

EU agrees on tougher Russia sanctions

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EU agrees on tougher Russia sanctions

presstv.ir2014-07-23 06:15:53Cache

European Union (EU) foreign ministers have agreed on imposing tougher sanctions against Russian entities and individuals nearly one week after the downing of a Malaysian Airlines plane in Ukraine. On Wednesday, the ministers agreed to draft a new list of Russian entities and individuals by July 24 to be added to the 63 names already targeted by sanctions. The 28-member bloc says that the new sanctions will target Moscow’s financial and defense sectors.

Fredrik Erixon: EU wants Ukraine's money, not its war

kyivpost.com2014-07-23 06:15:31Cache

East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet." Rudyard Kipling's image of incompatible political cultures is a tempting description of the battered triangular relations between Russia, Ukraine and the European Union. These relations will only become worse following the tragic destruction of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, brutally shot down over Ukraine.  Read the story here.

Europe shares seen lower after Russia sanctions

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The 28 EU ministers announced an agreement to widen the list of individuals and entities targeted by asset freezes and visa bans. They also drafted possible additional sanctions that could stem access to financial services and technology but they failed to put in place more broader penalties.

Britain still exporting arms to Russia

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Britain still exporting arms to Russia

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LONDON: Britain is still exporting arms and military equipment to Russia, according to a parliamentary report released Wednesday just hours after Prime Minister David Cameron rapped France for selling weapons to Moscow.Cameron has urged the EU to ban military sales to Russia -- accused of equipping and training separatists in eastern Ukraine -- and said on Monday Britain had already halted such arms exports. The British government promised in March to stop military sales to Russia.

US Lawmakers Urge Tougher EU Sanctions on Russia

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US Lawmakers Urge Tougher EU Sanctions on Russia

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CAPITOL HILL — U.S. lawmakers of both parties say Russia must pay a price for events in Ukraine, but that price can only be exacted with Europe’s full and vigorous cooperation.  Members of Congress are closely monitoring this week’s meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels. The downing of a Malaysia Airlines jet over eastern Ukraine has elicited perhaps the fiercest rhetoric towards Russia heard on Capitol Hill since the Cold War.

EU fails to back up tough talk on Russia

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By Justyna Pawlak and Adrian Croft The European Union threatened Russia on Tuesday with harsher sanctions over Ukraine, but failed to back tough talk with any immediate action after France’s president signalled the disputed delivery of a warship to Moscow would go ahead.

EU readies possible capital, tech sanctions on Russia

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By Justyna Pawlak and Adrian Croft BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union threatened Russia on Tuesday with harsher sanctions over Ukraine that could inflict wider damage on its economy following the downing of a Malaysian airliner, but it delayed action for a few days. Efforts to forge a united front were hampered by a French announcement that the planned delivery of a warship to Moscow would go ahead despite U.S. and British pleas to halt it.