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  1. CNN reported protests in 170 cities across 37 states.
  2. What will happen when Putin start to pump more oil to cover losses? And everybody else will do the same.
  3. The Saudis don't want to cut and lose more market share, especially to Iran and Iraq.
  4. Connecting Moscow and Beijing via a 7,000 kilometer high-speed railway will cost around 7 trillion rubles, or around $153 billion, a Russian Railways executive said on Friday, the Moscow Times reported on Friday. More than half of the total funds, around 4 trillion rubles, or around $87.5 billion, is expected to be funded by Chinese investors, said Alexander Misharin, the First Vice President of Russian Railways’, the chief of the subsidiary High-Speed Rail Lines, the Moscow Times said. Construction of the Russian stretch of the rail link will cost around 2.8 trillion rubles, or around $60 billion, Misharin said. In mid-October, both Russia and China had signed a memorandum of cooperation for the construction of a high-speed rail network. On the new Moscow – Beijing rail link, trains are expected to reach an average speed of around 400 kilometers per hour, which would cut travel time significantly from the current “6 or more days” to around 33 hours, according to the Moscow Times. http://emergingequity.org/2014/11/22/planned-high-speed-railway-linking-russia-to-china-may-cost-153-billion/
  5. What has your wife to do with Ukraine? Ukraine's Poroshenko heckled by relatives of the Maidan deadhttps://uk.news.yahoo.com/video/ukraine-39-poroshenko-heckled-relatives-162210252.html
  6. Winter is coming and the promised paradise not coming to Ukraine.
  7. Figures on government spending and debt (last six digits are eliminated). Total public debt subject to limit Nov 20 17,925,171 Statutory debt limit suspended Total public debt outstanding Nov 20 17,966,390 Operating balance Nov 20 80,404 Interest fiscal year 2015 thru Oct 21,130 Interest same period pvs fiscal year 20,185 Deficit fiscal year 2015 thru Oct 121,713 Deficit same period pvs fiscal year 90,584 Receipts fiscal year 2015 thru Oct 212,719 Receipts same period pvs fiscal year 198,927 Outlays fiscal year 2015 thru Oct 334,432 Outlays same period pvs fiscal year 289,511 Gold assets in Oct 11,041 https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/figures-government-spending-debt-214153215.html
  8. The average price of a residential London property has risen above £600,000 for the first time but signs of cooling are evident. Rightmove’s Time to Sell index increased to 54 days in October from 51.8 days in September marking four consecutive monthly gains. In June the Time to Sell index was only 41 days. http://www.cityam.com/1416199986/london-average-house-prices-top-600000-first-time
  9. Well, then ukrainian will be freezing these winter.
  10. And what does the word "proof" mean for you? Accuse someone falsely without any evidence?
  11. You can't eat 10 apples every day to annoy Putin for 4 months, to keep the demand and prices high.
  12. Polish Deflation accelerated because Russian ban on food imports, suppressing food pricesPolish Finance Minister Mateusz Szczurek said a prolonged period of low price growth may become an issue for the budget, and for economic activity. "Hopefully the central bank is going to act."
  13. Can Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk work together with all ballots counted now?
  14. White Widow has been killed by Sniper in UkraineReports suggested 30-year-old Lewthwaite had been fighting for the Aidar battalion in Ukraine when she was gunned down by a Russian sniper. Lewthwaite used a South African passport in a fake name - Natalie Faye Webb - to enter Ukraine. The story is trying to suggest that the Kiev government is allied with terrorists. This is a fake made up specifically for US and UK audience, since the White Widow story is sensitive for them. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2832902/White-widow-died-slow-lingering-death-hit-sniper-fire-Ukraine.html
  15. Ukraine Cease-Fire Evaporates as Government Says 200 Rebels DeadUkraine’s military said it killed as many as 200 rebels in an attack in Donetsk, inflicting the biggest blow from either side in the conflict in more than two months. “Both sides seem to be shaping up, readying now for further conflict,” Tim Ash, chief economist at Standard Bank Group Ltd., said in an e-mail. “Not seeing much on the diplomatic front in terms of de-escalation.” http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-11-07/ukraine-lurches-back-toward-open-war-on-east-fighting.html
  16. Blacklisted Bank Rossiya issues new cards using domestic payment systemThe Bank Rossiya, which came under US sanctions in March, has started issuing bank cards using Russia’s domestic “universal electronic card (PRO100)" payment system. Cards will be sent out to clients this month. It is all part of Russia’s plan for more financial independence from international credit card firms. http://rt.com/business/202839-russia-bank-issues-card/
  17. The Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 investigation faced a new obstacle Tuesday, as the Dutch team in charge of figuring out who shot down the Boeing 777 on July 17 announced that the U.S. Stonewalling the crash probe by refusing to turn over satellite intelligence information that the investigators desperately need. http://www.inquisitr.com/1570128/malaysia-airlines-flight-mh17-u-s/
  18. MH17 investigation: Dutch ask Russia for 'evidence' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-29801798
  19. Hedge fund manager Jim Chanos, who has a long-running bet against China, said that country's credit bubble was starting to cause capital outflows to accelerate. https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/reuters-summit-short-seller-chanos-211452857.html
  20. ECB stress test did not take into account possible deflation, because they don’t consider that deflation is going to happen. http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/26/us-eu-banks-deflation-idUSKBN0IF0GF20141026
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