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MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) - A tentative agreement between the Ukrainian and Russian presidents has raised hopes of ending a dispute in which Moscow has halted natural gas supplies to Kiev, but several obstacles still have be overcome.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's Joko Widodo took over as president of the world's third-largest democracy on Monday with supporters' hopes high, but pressing economic problems and sceptical rivals set to test the former furniture salesman.
ANKARA/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Turkey said on Monday it would allow Iraqi Kurdish fighters to reinforce fellow Kurds in the Syrian town of Kobani, while the United States air-dropped arms for the first time to help the defenders resist an Islamic State assault
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - President Dilma Rousseff gained steam but remained locked in a dead heat for votes with challenger Aecio Neves ahead of Brazil's Oct. 26 presidential runoff, an opinion poll showed on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - An interim natural gas deal by Moscow and Kiev, reached over the weekend, could supply just enough to get Ukraine through the winter as long as the weather does not become unusually cold, Reuters research shows.
Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Danny Clinch, photographer and musician, discusses his new book, “Danny Clinch: Still Moving,” a new 296-page retrospective of his life’s work, with a forward written by Bruce Springsteen. Clinch, who since the 1980’s has photograph
Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Scott Brown, chief economist at Raymond James & Associates Inc. in St. Petersburg, Florida, says the drop in U.S. stock markets this week was “an overreaction” to the slowdown in Europe and ebola. Brown talks with Bloomberg’s To
Oct. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Jack Ablin, who helps manage $66 billion as chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank in Chicago, says even after declines in stocks, there is “an overvalued equity market.” Ablin talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKe
Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont Securities LLC, discusses how the Federal Reserve’s own policies have helped create the volatility rocking the U.S. bond market recently, and why the moves in global stock and bon
Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Stephen Schork, president of the Schork Group and editor of The Schork Report, says two big forces have come together to drive down the price of oil: a steady increase in supply around the world, as shale supplies boost U.S. output