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Putin: No Need for Massive Strikes on Ukraine Now
Putin: No Need for Massive Strikes on Ukraine Now. That's for Now, but We Will See. Direct Clash of Nato Troops with Russia Would Lead to Global Catastrophy.— CN Wire (@Sino_Market) October 14, 2022
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PUTIN: IF IT TURNS OUT THAT HUMANITARIAN CORRIDORS FOR UKRAINE GRAINS ARE USED FOR TERROR ACTS, THEN THERE IS NO NEED FOR SUCH CORRIDORS— Breaking Market News (@breakingmkts) October 14, 2022
PUTIN: NO PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL MILITARY MOBILIZATION IN RUSSIA
PUTIN: IN NEXT TWO WEEKS MOBILISATION WILL BE OVER
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PUTIN: WE RESPECT THEIR POSITION, BUT WE KNOW THAT KYIV DECIDED NOT TO PROCEED WITH TALKS— Breaking Market News (@breakingmkts) October 14, 2022
PUTIN: WE ARE OPEN FOR TALKS, WE HAVE ALWAYS SAID THIS
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tweet at 8:54am: JEREMY HUNT APPOINTED AS UK'S NEW FINANCE MINISTER - Reuters via https://t.co/ymHY6xloQb
US retail sales were expected to rise 0.2% MoM in September but instead were disappointedly unchanged. On a year-over-year basis, retail sales (nominal) rose 8.2%, the weakest ...
Manufacturing sales fell 2.0% to $70.4 billion in August, the fourth consecutive monthly decline. There were lower sales in 17 of 21 industries, led by the petroleum and coal ...
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As James Knightley noted in his review of the September US CPI release, core inflation has not been this high since 1982. This suggests there will be no letup in the Fed's hawkish ...
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index®(LEI) for the United Kingdom declined by 0.5 percent in August to 80.7 (2016=100), following a 0.6 percent decline in July. The LEI ...
tweet at 9:34am: UK PM TRUSS: I WANT TO DELIVER A LOW TAX, HIGH WAGE, HIGH GROWTH ECONOMY - Reuters via https://t.co/ymHY6x4lOb tweet at 9:34am: UK PM Truss: - I Am Not Prepared to Accept Lack of Growth for Our Country - From Day 1 I Have Been Ambitious for Growth - Since 2008 UK Potential Has Been Held Back - I Want to Deliver a Low Tax, High Wage, High Growth Economy tweet at 9:35am: Liz Truss says it is clear that parts of. Uni budget went due to re and faster than markets expected ‘We need to act now to reassure the markets of our commitment to fiscal discipline’ She confirms she will raise corporation tax from 19 per cent to 25 per cent - a huge u turn tweet at 9:36am: UK PM Truss: - Spending Will Grow Less Rapidly Than Planned - Sorry to Lose Kwarteng - Finance Minister Hunt Shares My Convtictions - Hunt Will See Through Support We Are Providing Families and Businesses - Hunt Will Deliver Medium Term Fiscal Plan