VanEck Russia ETF News
U.S. Pension Funds Can't Easily Divest Russian Assets
Some pension funds want to shed Russian assets, but securities firms are shying away from the country's stocks and bonds, making sales difficult.
Russian Stocks Crash; Buy the Dip?
Regardless of sanctions or even a prolonged guerrilla war, Russia supplies Europe and the world with a lot of stuff they have to have.
Wall Street Sees Missile Strikes in Syria as a Temporary Blip
The United States government's missile strikes in Syria shook investors for a second, but they're not running for the hills just yet.
It's Time to Short Putin
The Russian president's interference in Western affairs will likely come back to haunt his country's already hobbled economy. Get into position with this ETF.
U.S. eases sanctions on Russian intelligence agency, making life easier for tech exporters
The Treasury Department's move to ease sanctions on Russian intelligence agency FSB was good news for Russia ETFs -- and U.S. exporters.
Fed Inflation Gauge Eases Again In May, But Inflation Pressures Clip Consumer Spending
While overall inflation pressures are easing modestly, the impact of the fastest inflation in four decades is taking its toll on spending, BEA data indicated Thursday.
Pfizer Stock Jumps On $3.2 Billion U.S. Covid Vaccine Sale, FDA Paxlovid Approval Filing
“As the Covid pandemic continues to evolve and be highly unpredictable, we must remain vigilant in protecting those who are at greatest risk of getting very sick from Covid," said CEO Albert Bourla.
Walgreens Stock Slides After Q3 Profit Beat, $683 Million Florida Opioid Charge
"WBA delivered strong execution across operating segments and against very robust growth last year," said CEO Rosalind Brewer.
Micron Earnings Preview: Will Critical Support Hold?
Micron is set to report earnings on Thursday after the close, but the stock sits on critical support. Will it hold or will it fold?