The conflict in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions has killed more than 10,300 people since it erupted in April 2014, after Russia fomented unrest across much of Ukraine following the ouster of Moscow-friendly President Viktor Yanukovych.


Photo: Ukrainian servicemen ride atop armored vehicles on the outskirts of Donetsk.


Analyst: “We maintain our Speculative Buy recommendation on the Metinvest Eurobond on expectations of a deal (restructuring or refinancing) in the near future.”


Icelandic police kept the heists under wraps until last month, reportedly in the hopes of catching the burglars.  


Analyst: “Hopefully, improved economic growth in the following months will boost revenues and prevent the government from resorting to bad practices.”


The day’s top performer was the Ripple price, which rose 17 percent to once again break past dollar parity, though several other cryptocurrencies posted strong gains as well.


Analyst: “The crackdown only heightens the tensions between the current government and the pro-Western opposition, which will only intensify as elections draw nearer. The conflict has the potential to destabilize the situation in the country further.”


Both the WIG Ukraine and UX indices suffer declines

Ryan Schoen, a senior financial services policy analyst at Washington Analysis, said the subpoenas will likely result in some tokens found to be unregistered securities. 



“There are in excess of 27‚500 complainants with many outside South Africa. The amount is over $50-million and could rise as more victims come forward.”

The camp was an offshoot of a broader opposition movement that holds regular peaceful protests in Kyiv to demand the resignation of Poroshenko over stalled reforms. 


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