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Moscow has imposed capital controls to prop up its currency, a similar move to the one that saved the rouble from collapsing in 2022 right after its full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
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The country is defying expectations and weathering sanctions but an eventual slowdown is still expected.
Oil prices keep rising, experts foresee $100 a barrel
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'Putin has ruined the future of Russia', Bill Browder tells Euronews
"The war has to end. Then there have to be reparations and there has to be a democratic government before we can ever look at Russia the same again", said the Kremlin critic.
Mourners pay respects as Gorbachev lies in state
Russians on Saturday bid farewell to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, who died earlier in the week at the age of 91.
Western sanctions force Russia to cannibalise planes for spare parts
Western sanctions mean tech on passenger aircraft cannot be updated, forcing Russia to strip grounded planes for parts to keep others flying.
For the Russian banks banned from SWIFT, are there any options left?
SWIFT is the leading system to carry out financial transactions, but it is not the only one.
Sanctions 'catastrophically crippling' Russian economy, study finds
A Yale university study has found that western sanctions and the mass exodus of global companies are "catastrophically crippling" Russia's economy.
Putin slams 'reckless, insane' sanctions and denies stoking inflation
The Russian president says his country is 'not responsible for global inflation', and the war in Ukraine gives the West an excuse to blame all its problems on Russia.
Russia says legalising crypto for payments is a matter of time
"The question is, when this happens, how it will be regulated, now that the central bank and government are actively working on it," said Russia's industry and trade minister.
G7 leaders pledge to ban or phase out Russian oil imports
France, Germany, Italy, Britain, Japan, Canada and the USA say stopping the flow of Russian oil will cut the main artery of Vladimir Putin’s economy and deny him the revenue he needs to fund the war.
Russian sanctions 'will only be real once oil and gas imports are hit'
The EU wants to ban coal imports from Russia. But economist Vicky Pryce says sanctions will only bite once Russian gas and oil are targeted.
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McDonald's franchisees keep restaurants in Russia open
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Which are some of the Western firms still operating in Russia?
Many Western companies have stopped their Russian operations to comply with sanctions, but some very recognisable brands are still doing business there - so what's the deal?
As sanctions bite, how much economic pain is Putin willing to take?
The Russian president has predicted his country will emerge more independent and self-sufficient from international isolation.