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 ·  A Silver Lining Coated in Coal Dust in Eastern Ukraine (The New York Times)
 ·  Ukrainian blamed for Russian ruble's fall forced out of Moscow Exchange job (Kyiv Post)
 ·  Dnipropetrovsk's Interpipe to exit Russian market this year (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Russian central bank makes surprise interest rate cut (Reuters)
 ·  EU foreign ministers vote to delay tougher sanctions against Russians (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  IMF team extending its mission in Kiev beyond departure date (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  One Of The World's Best Bond Managers Has Lost £1.98 Billion In A Huge Gamble On Ukraine's Future (Business Insider)
 ·  EU wins Greek backing to extend Russia sanctions, delays decision on new steps (Reuters)
 ·  Ukraine hires Lazard to advise on possible debt restructuring (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Coal miners converge on Ukraine cabinet to demand support for industry (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Russia's LUKOIL responds to Ukraine security service investigation (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine Hires Lazard to Assist With Debt Restructuring [Ukraine to Restructure as Much as $20 Billion of Eurobond Debt] (Wall Street Journal)
 ·  UPDATE 2-Gazprom profits hit by Ukraine dispute and weaker rouble (Reuters)
 ·  US signs off on $2 billion loan guarantee (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Hasenstab Sees $3 Billion Vanish in Ukraine as Big Bet Sours (Bloomberg)
 ·  U.S. To Provide Ukraine $2 Billion In Loan Guarantees (RFE/RL)
 ·  Canada Extends Additional Economic Aid to Ukraine. Second C$200 Million Low-Interest Loan Part of a Broader Western Financing Package for Kiev (Wall Street Journal)
 ·  Trade minister touts prospects for free-trade deal with Canada (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Plunging oil strengthens Ukraine's hand in Russia gas talks (Reuters)
 ·  Russian Government Details Spending Cuts in View of Crisis (The New York Times/AP)
 ·  Exclusive-EU Draft Would Extend Russia Sanctions Over Ukraine Escalation (The New York Times/Reuters)
 ·  Rebel advance in Ukraine prompts push for more Russia sanctions (Euractiv)
 ·  EU finance ministers pledge Hr1.8 million to help Kiev avoid bankruptcy (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine to privatize remaining state coal mines by end of year (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  A Good SWIFT Kick [for Russia] (Streetwise Professor)
 ·  UPDATE 1-EU agrees 1.8 billion euros for Ukraine, to consider more (Reuters)
 ·  Cargill likely to stay private, commits to Ukraine: CEO (Reuters)
 ·  Schauble Urges Ukraine to Start Talks With Creditors (Wall Street Journal)
 ·  Putin Goes All In as Ukraine Fights for Funding to Avert Default (Bloomberg)
 ·  Russia's 2014 arms sales top $15 billion: Putin ['Exports of high-tech military products is important for Russia, especially amid the difficult geopolitical situation. It is important for updating the production of the defense sector...and solving many social issues.'] (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Daily imports of natural gas via Hungary spike 38% on Jan. 24 (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  EU leaders warn of more sanctions against Russia (Financial Times)
 ·  New Index Ranks 178 Countries By Economic Freedom [Russia’s economy was deemed “mostly unfree” and was ranked at 143rd] (RFE/RL)
 ·  Dutch judge approves Russian hacking suspect's extradition to US (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Russia announces anti-crisis plan after rating downgrade (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Russia's Gazprom eyes first gas via new route to Turkey by 2017 (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Russia scorns 'politically motivated' downgrade to junk rating (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  S&P cuts Russia credit rating to 'junk' (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  Russia Leads Emerging-Stock Decline on Ukraine as Ruble Plunges (Bloomberg)
 ·  IMF pressed to increase lending to Ukraine (Financial Times)
 ·  Rebels advance in Ukraine, Moscow faces sanctions threats (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Not by bread alone: Russians urged to go without for Putin (Yahoo/AFP)
 ·  Ed Fast talks free trade in Kyiv as fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine (CBC/CP)
 ·  Snubbed by U.S. and Europe, Kremlin Looks to Asia at Davos (The New York Times)
 ·  Ukraine Pays Russia's Gazprom On Time Again, But Both Looking For New Partners (Forbes)
 ·  Ukraine's new finance minister, Natalie Jaresko: Ukraine bailout 'sufficient to rebuild credibility' (BBC)
 ·  Ukraine: Cutting Graft Top Priority to Reach New Bailout (ABC/AP)
 ·  Filatov: Commercial courts will keep power, judges to be more accountable (Kyiv Post)
 ·  Ukraine: cutting graft top priority to reach new bailout (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Ukraine plans debt talks with all bondholders - finance minister (Reuters)
 ·  Davos Diary: Russia Trying to Derail IMF Talks, Says Ukrainian Official [Ukraine Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko] (Foreign Policy)
 ·  Russians will 'eat less' for Putin, top official says (Mashable)
 ·  Russia faces $40 billion battle to stave off banking crisis (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Top official: Russians will 'eat less' for Putin (Yahoo/AP)
 ·  Ukraine and the IMF: Bigger and better. But a new bail-out will be no panacea (The Economist)
 ·  Putin Shrinks Inner Circle, Snubs Anxious Billionaires in Favor of Ukraine Hawks (Business Week)
 ·  Donetsk coke plant reported operating at less than 25% of capacity (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine will get 60% of gas needs from Europe, says Naftgaz CEO (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine bonds slump after finance minister hints at restructuring move (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine Talks Tough on Russian Gas as EU Supplies More Fuel (Bloomberg)
 ·  Ukraine's About to Embarrass Some Investors (Bloomberg)
 ·  Ukraine Financial Support From West Is Key Test of Russia Strength, Soros Says (Wall Street Journal)
 ·  Europe to Russia: We won't blink over Ukraine (CNN)
 ·  Ukraine sees imports of European gas overtaking Russian gas this year (Reuters)
 ·  NBU initiatives aim at stimulating M&A, removing toxic assets (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  NBU to consider refinancing rate increase at meeting this month (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Russia Presses Ahead With Plan for Gas Pipeline to Turkey (The New York Times)
 ·  Ukraine Plans Talks With Creditors (Wall Street Journal)
 ·  War in Eastern Ukraine Causing Coal Shortages, Electrical Blackouts (Eurasia Daily Monitor)
 ·  Ukraine plans 'full-scale' negotiations on gas price, official says (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Putin not flinching on Ukraine despite economic crisis (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Party Hasn't Stopped for Russians at Davos Even With Ukraine Sanctions (Bloomberg)
 ·  Ukraine's Poroshenko to cut short Davos visit: spokesman (Reuters)
 ·  Central bank official voices optimism on outcome of IMF talks (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Moscow to Blame that Import Substitution Won’t Happen in 2015, Russian Businesses Say (Window on Eurasia)
 ·  US Oil Giant Schlumberger Just Struck A $1.7 Billion Deal In Russia (Business Insider)
 ·  UPDATE 2-Ukraine central bank official is optimistic about outcome of IMF talks (Reuters)
 ·  Gazprom Says Ukraine To Pay Full Gas Price As Of April 1 (RFE/RL)
 ·  Gazprom chief says gas discount for Ukraine in effect only until April 1 (Ukraine Today)
 ·  EU foreign ministers see no grounds to lift sanctions against Russians (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Reflecting war's impact, industrial output fell 10.7% in 2014 (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine and Poland agree to build interconnecting LNG pipeline (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine central bank official is optimistic about outcome of IMF talks (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Tumbling Russian rouble pulls European coal prices with it (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  Russia finds few friends in EU sanctions talks (EUobserver)
 ·  Time not right to ease Russia sanctions, EU says (Yahoo/Reuters)
 ·  EBRD predicts Ukrainian economy's 5% slump (Ukrinform)
 ·  Eurasian Economic Union: Putin's Geopolitical Project Already Failing (The New Republic)
 ·  Economist: Russia's Economic Crisis Has Officially Arrived (Business Insider)
 ·  China Ready to Supply Nuclear Fuel to Ukraine (Window on Eurasia)
 ·  Restructuring The Ukrainian Railway: Low Hanging Fruit For The Country’s Fiscal Needs (Vox Ukraine)
 ·  UPDATE 1-Ukraine needs 'financial mobilisation' - Finance Minister (Reuters)
 ·  Ukraine sets recovery strategy for Donbas (Southeast European Times)
 ·  Ukraine’s Gontareva Says Hryvnia to Find Natural Level After Aid (Bloomberg)
 ·  Ukraine struggles on brink of economic crisis (BBC)
 ·  UPDATE 1-Ukraine's central bank chief defends policies in hostile parliament (Reuters)
 ·  Gazprom urges EU to link up to its planned energy pipeline to Turkey (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  Ukraine vulnerable to rising default risk, ratings agency says (Ukrainian Journal)
 ·  What’s Been the Effect of Western Sanctions on Russia? (PBS)
 ·  Russia May Demand Early Repayment Of Ukraine Loan (RFE/RL)

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 ·  01/31/2015 Malanka - Albany, NY [NY-NJ-Metro]
 ·  02/01/2015 League of Ukrainian Catholics Meeting [USA-Northeast]
 ·  02/14/2015 thru 02/15/2015 Malanka Benefit Dance [USA-Northeast]
 ·  03/13/2015 Presentation by Serhiy Zhadan: "Kharkiv-Mesopotamia" [NY-NJ-Metro]
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