Was starting to look better, Russia and EU countries started to talk of removing sanctions. Then some British reporters (suddenly decided to do some reporting) tweeted yesterday, they saw some russian military vehicles near the border. Today, the very reliable Ukranian government has said, it has destroyed a Russian military convoy in Ukraine. Amazing timing. Where's the pictures of the destroyed convoy plus bodies? Or, is this just more bull.
today, maybe on the news that Evraz - controlled by Daddy secured loan £250 mln from few Western banks without any problems.One of the Russian annalists based in Moscow said that there was no worries about sanctions as Evraz is listed in London with some assets in Russia so business as usual.
Finishes airforce excerise, gold dropping back. Wheat will be a problem now because of black sea problems. As east rebellion is stamped on, will this be the end of sanctions or will they turn their attention on Crimea. German economy is being affected by boomerang sanctions. The US in my opinion, will now work on Belarus. Europe won't be so keen to follow this time. Winter is on the way, a big bounce in zol could happen if things calm down.
Sorry fella, I was hinting at the next target for the US government to destabilise Belarus. The latest from the Malaysian press, is an aircraft from Ukranian airforce shot the airliner down. That, explains the mad rush to take over the crash site at all costs by Kiev. Plus, no data from the orange boxes. Americans and European media have gone quiet.
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