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Ukraine war briefing: Fightback against Russian advance in Kharkiv

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A Russian occupation official said on Monday that fighting was gripping parts of Ukraine’s north-eastern Kharkiv region, with Ukraine’s military pouring men and equipment into the contested area. “There is fighting still going on in the Kharkiv sector….

Putin vows trade, security agreements with North Korea ahead of visit

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Vladimir Putin promised to build trade and security systems with North Korea that are not controlled by the West and pledged his unwavering support in a letter published by North Korean state media on Tuesday ahead of his planned visit to the country.&…

Oil prices advance on hopes for demand boost in northern hemisphere

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Oil prices advanced on Monday on hopes for a demand boost during the summer season in the northern hemisphere.
At 1212 GMT, the benchmark Brent crude futures were higher by 33 cents, or 0.4 per cent, to $82.95 a barrel.…
This data comes from the …

Week Ahead: Macro data, BoE, China policy verdicts, FII activity, global cues among key market triggers this week

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The Indian stock market is likely to witness a consolidative-to-positive movement this truncated week in the absence of any major triggers. The Indian stock market will remain shut on Monday June 17 due a public holiday on the occasion of Bakri Id.&#82…

Ukraine war latest: Putin makes ‘absurd attempt to seduce West’; leaders call for Olympics truce

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Analysis: It’s a bad week for Putin – but Kyiv’s allies face an uncertain future
By Dominic Waghorn, international affairs editor
It has been another bad week for Vladimir Putin.
He started his war in Ukraine to limit Western expansio…

Vladimir Putin has had another bad week and eyes are now on the Ukraine peace summit

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It has been another bad week for Vladimir Putin.
He started his war in Ukraine to limit Western expansion, he says.
It is accelerating apace entirely because of his aggression.
In direct response to his unprovoked invasion, Ukraine has this week been a…

Ukraine war latest: Peace summit kicks off but key politicians absent; US pledges $1.5bn in aid

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Analysis: It’s a bad week for Putin – but Kyiv’s allies face an uncertain future
By Dominic Waghorn, international affairs editor
It has been another bad week for Vladimir Putin.
He started his war in Ukraine to limit Western expansio…

World leaders to attend Ukraine peace summit after Putin sets Russia’s conditions for ceasefire

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Families of Ukrainian soldiers who have disappeared on the battlefield have travelled half way across Europe to witness an international peace summit aimed at ending the war.
World leaders including Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Ukraine’s Volodymyr…

Exports jump 9% YoY amid demand revival in key markets; trade deficit at 7-month high

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Driven by demand revival in India’s traditional exports markets such as Europe and the United States (US), India’s goods exports in May logged a sharp 9 per cent year-on-year jump, even as country’s trade gap swelled to a seven-month high of $24 billio…

Asia’s commercial heft helps keep Russia’s war economy going

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FOLLOWING VLADIMIR PUTIN’S invasion of Ukraine two years ago, more than three dozen countries, led by the West, slapped economic sanctions on Russia. They were unprecedented in their scope for a target of its size, covering energy and other commodities…