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WoE: Uzbekistan ready for the People's IPO

November 18, 2022

Uzbekistan is will hold its first three “People’s IPOs” before the end of the year where the first stakes in three major enterprises will sold off via the Tashkent Stock Exchange. Small stakes will be sold in some of the most attractive companies in the country: UzAuto is Uzbekistan’s ma

WoE:​The coming European recession - how bad will it get?

October 14, 2022

The energy crisis and soaring inflation is going to tip Europe into recession this year, but how bad will it get? join us as we delve into the possibilities and see how Emerging Europe will survive this next recession.   Watch it on YouTube here To listen to this podcast on other pl

WoE: Europe's energy crisis: how will it get through the winter?

September 29, 2022

  The energy crisis has already cost Europe at least half a trillion euros as governments across the Continent rush out support and relief for businesses and citizens as the temperatures start to fall. Can Europe afford it and what are the long term consequences.   Nicolas Véron

WoE: Are Russian Sanctions Working?

August 16, 2022

Join Ben Aris as he discusses the uncharted territories we are entering regarding Russian sanction and the effect they are going to have across Europe and the rest of the world. They touch on Russian mercantilism, The Ukraine war, Russia's technological future, and the economic impact in the long te

WoE: Western sanctions target price caps for Russian Oil

July 6, 2022

The uncertainty by the war in Ukraine has driven up energy prices and allowed Russia to bring in record revenue from its Exports of Oil and Gas. Despite large discounts compared to Western benchmarks, export income has allowed the Ruble to appreciate and may help Moscow mitigate against some of t

WoE: Russia's Looming Bond Default

May 25, 2022

On May 25 a US sanctions exemption expires that could make it impossible for Russia to pay its debt obligations in foreign exchange. If that happens then Russia could be forced to default on its foreign debt for the first time since the Bolshevik Revolution. What would that mean for Russia’s fu

WoE: living in a time of turbulence: sanctions on Russia

May 11, 2022

  A global pandemic. Food and commodity price shocks. And now a war in Ukraine. Governments around the world have a lot to cope with as they are hit with one problem after another.  And Russia is in focus after it invaded Ukraine on February 24. The most extreme sanctions ever have b

WoE: bneWebinar: Russia’s new virtual economy

March 31, 2022

bneWebinar: Russia’s new virtual economy Is Russia’s economy going to be cut off from the rest of the world and what would that look like? bne IntelliNews’ editor-in-chief Ben Aris discussed the question with renowned economist and Russia scholar Barry Ickes, who is best known for coinin

WoE: On the ground in Ukraine - Kyiv one month on, the economy, and the future of the conflict

March 29, 2022

Join Dominic Culverwell and Volodymyr Korniienko as they discuss the views from the ground in Kyiv and the economic impacts in Ukraine and the future of this conflict.     Dominic Culverwell - Social media correspondent - bne IntelliNews multimedia journalist, disin

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