developed countries by 2030. -By 2050 E7 countries will have a collective GDP of $138.2 trillion versus $69.3 trillion for the G7 . -AWP growth continues to be robust. -Backlog has increased 20.2% since December 2013 and 2.2% year over year. -Overall
peer MICEX was 2.1% lower at 1,419 points. Meanwhile, Ukrainian PM Arseny Yatseniuk has appealed to the U.S., EU and G7 countries to freeze Russian assets until Russian forces withdraw from Ukrainian territory. Stocks Complete Story »
based peer MICEX is 2.1% lower at 1,419. Meanwhile, Ukrainian PM Arseny Yatseniuk has appealed to the U.S., EU and G7 countries to freeze Russian assets until Russian forces withdraw from Ukrainian territory. ETFs: RSX , RUSL , RSXJ , RUSS
KIEV, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk appealed to the United States, European Union and G7 countries on Thursday to freeze Russian assets until Russian forces withdraw...
developed markets by Citigroup Non-U.S. G - 7 Index. For Equity, emerging markets are represented ..... Citigroup Non-USD Group-of-Seven ( G7 ) Index is designed to measure the unhedged ..... performance of the government bond markets of the G7 excluding the U.S., which are Japan
LONDON, Aug 4 (Reuters) - British bank lending to the corporate sector lagged lending in other Group of Seven leading economies last year, despite government attempts to boost the availability of...
on most fruit and vegetable imports from Poland due to "sanitary reasons" and said it could extend it to the rest of the EU. G7 leaders issued a joint statement yesterday warning Russia that it would face yet another round of economic sanctions if it did
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WASHINGTON, July 30 (Reuters) - G7 leaders issued a joint statement on Wednesday warning Russia that it will face added economic sanctions if Moscow does not change the course of its Ukraine policy.
LONDON, July 27 (Reuters) - Less than two months before an independence vote that could ultimately tear apart a G7 country, investors in financial markets seem largely unmoved.