Putin and Modi awkwardly embrace before signing Russia missile deal, New Delhi, 2018Putin and Modi awkwardly embrace before signing Russia missile deal, New Delhi, 2018 " Putin and Modi awkwardly embrace before signing Russia missile deal, New Delhi, 2018 Since the break out of “Putin’s war” in Ukraine nations around the world are being asked to take a stance; in public, through their actions and the UN Council. The vast majority of countries from around the world condemn the invasion of Ukraine, some choose to stay neutral and a handful is fine with it.
The Russo-Ukrainian (a.k.a. Putin’s War) is easily the biggest geopolitical event that has happened in my life. Not only due to the fact it’s a war in a large European country, but also due to the ramifications on international trade as well as relations between nations. Being a speculator, I’m naturally interested in learning more about Ukraine’s footprint on the capital markets, and especially how to get/avoid Ukrainian exposure. Local exchanges Ukraine have 2 stock and derivatives exchanges: PFTS and Ukrainian Exchange, both of which is quite small and have few domestic listings.
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The company holding an entire nation hostage. Opportunities and pain ahead, but in essence what I think will happen and how to navigate it for a profit.
Meeting the 2050 climate target is unfortunately not going well here in Amsterdam. The city is turning to its residents for fresh ideas, to improve the situation. In this post, I present my ideas.
Uncertainties is created and new opportunities arise due to lack of political and central bank strength and poorly implemented regulation.