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  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Wall Street revives Russian bond trading after U.S. go-ahead

    Several major Wall Street banks have begun offering to facilitate trades in Russian debt in recent days, according to bank documents seen by Reuters, giving investors another chance to dispose of assets widely seen in the West as toxic. Most U.S. and European banks had pulled back from the market in June after the Treasury Department banned U.S. investors from purchasing any Russian security as part of economic sanctions to punish Moscow for invading Ukraine, according to an investor who holds Russian securities and two banking sources.

  • MarketWatch

    South Korea offers North ‘audacious’ economic benefits for denuclearization

    South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol on Monday offered “audacious” economic assistance to North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons program while avoiding harsh criticism of the North days after it threatened “deadly” retaliation over the COVID-19 outbreak it blames on the South.

  • PR Newswire

    First Street Foundation Finds an emerging "Extreme Heat Belt" will Impact Over 107 Million Americans by 2053

    First Street Foundation today released their peer-reviewed extreme heat model along with the implications highlighted in The Sixth National Risk Assessment: Hazardous Heat. The report identifies the impact of increasing temperatures at a property level, and how the frequency, duration, and intensity of extremely hot days will change over the next 30 years from a changing climate. The Foundation's analysis combines high-resolution measurements of land surface temperatures, canopy cover, imperviou