Ukraine accuses Russia of using a power plant as a nuclear shield

Ukraine says 13 dead in Russian missile attack Russia is accused of bombing near a nuclear plant Russia says it does not deliberately target civilians Kyiv was accused of bombing a power station from a bombed town Kyiv (Reuters) – Ukraine on Wednesday accused Russia of using its location at a nuclear power plant it … Read more

UN chief calls for international access to Ukrainian nuclear plant after new attack

Kyiv and Moscow blamed the trade for the Zaporizhzhya plant strikes Guterres: Any attack on a nuclear plant is a ‘suicide’ Two Ukrainian grain ships leave ports, 12 since last week (Reuters) – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for international inspectors to be allowed into the Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant after Ukraine and … Read more

Air strikes and rocket attacks push Israel and Gaza into second day of fighting

15 dead and dozens wounded – Palestinian Ministry of Health At least 200 rockets were fired at the Israeli army Israel killed an Islamic Jihad leader in Gaza on Friday GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli planes bombed Gaza and Palestinians fired rockets into Israel on Saturday, a day after an Israeli operation against Islamic Jihad led … Read more

Russian strikes kill Ukrainian grain tycoon; Drone strikes a Russian naval base

A drone hit a Russian base on the Black Sea, and the governor blames Ukraine Russian lawmaker says a drone was launched from inside Sevastopol Russian missiles bombed Mykolaiv, killing a grain exporter and his wife Zelensky says the grain harvest may be halved because of the war The International Committee of the Red Cross … Read more

Dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war are believed to have been killed in a missile strike

Russia and Ukraine blamed trade in death of prisoners The UK says Russia is deploying Wagner fighters more widely UN hopes grain advances, says details still unclear Kyiv (Reuters) – Dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war appeared to have been killed in a rocket attack on Friday, as Moscow and Kiev accused each other of … Read more

Global stocks eye the best month since late 2020, as the dollar recovers

The MSCI World Index rose 0.2%; Almost 6% for the month The dollar regains its early losses to trade flat against its peers Eurozone GDP data beat expectations; clouds ahead LONDON (Reuters) – Global stocks rose on Friday, on track for their best month since late 2020, as euro zone growth beat expectations, while the … Read more

Samsung warns of weak demand for chips for phones and computers as people shop less

Samsung Electronics’ logo appears in its office building in Seoul, South Korea, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Hong Ji Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Server customers may have to adjust inventory in the event of a recession – Samsung official H2 foldable phone sales aim to surpass the previous flagship Strong … Read more

Uncertainty about the Fed rate path, the European gas crisis dominates the currency markets

U.S. dollar, euro and Ukrainian hryvnia banknotes are shown in this illustrative photo taken in Kyiv, Ukraine, October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Valentin Ogirenko/Illustration Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON (Reuters) – With U.S. interest rates rising this week and increasing uncertainty over the Federal Reserve’s tightening path, the dollar kept the … Read more

The impact of cutting Russian gas from Europe on economic hopes after the Ukrainian grain deal

Gazprom says that stopping the turbines will increase gas cuts for Germany The United Nations hopes to export grain within days The United States is exploring land routes after the Russian strike Kyiv (Reuters) – Russia said it would cut gas supplies to Europe from Wednesday in a blow to countries that have backed Ukraine, … Read more

Stocks rise as traders eye profits to counter deflation fears

People walk in front of a screen displaying the Hang Seng stock ticker in the Central District, in Hong Kong, China, July 19, 2022. REUTERS/Lam Yik Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON (Reuters) – Stocks reversed early losses to rally on Monday, as investors hoped this week’s batch of corporate … Read more