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Russia to remove dollar assets from sovereign wealth fund | Money Talks

Russia says it plans to stop investing in dollar-denominated assets through its sovereign wealth fund, in response to rising US sanctions. Speaking at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum in Moscow, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said the 186-billion-dollar National Wealth Fund will instead increase investments in the euro, Chinese yuan and gold. The announcement comes just days before Russian president Vladimir Putin meets his US counterpart Joe Biden in Geneva. Meanwhile, Moscow is trying to deepen economic ties with other countries with more than 300 agreements being inked at this year's event. Participants are also debating the adoption of green technologies and sustainable business practices, but many Russian businesses say it could take decades to significantly reduce the economy's dependence on fossil fuels. For more on this, we spoke to Andrew Forrest in St Petersburg. He's chairman of Fortescue Metals Group and the Minderoo Foundation. #Russia #SovereignWealthFund #USsanctions

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Kenyan firm turns invasive water hyacinth into cooking fuel | Money Talks

Kenyan firm turns invasive water hyacinth into cooking fuel | Money Talks

UK building supplies run low as construction demand surges | Money Talks

UK building supplies run low as construction demand surges | Money Talks

Free trading app goes public amid numerous controversies | Money Talks

Free trading app goes public amid numerous controversies | Money Talks

Political crisis throws Tunisia's economic policies in limbo | Money Talks

Political crisis throws Tunisia's economic policies in limbo | Money Talks

US GDP grows 6.5% in Q2, well short of 8.4% expectation | Money Talks

US GDP grows 6.5% in Q2, well short of 8.4% expectation | Money Talks

E-commerce platforms boost used item sales in New York | Money Talks

E-commerce platforms boost used item sales in New York | Money Talks

WTO members fail to reach consensus on drug patent waivers | Money Talks

WTO members fail to reach consensus on drug patent waivers | Money Talks

Pandemic-driven delays cause summer goods shortage in the UK | Money Talks

Pandemic-driven delays cause summer goods shortage in the UK | Money Talks

Big Tech firms rack up record sales, earnings in Q2 | Money Talks

Big Tech firms rack up record sales, earnings in Q2 | Money Talks

New York's indoor studios see surge in demand amid pandemic | Money Talks

New York's indoor studios see surge in demand amid pandemic | Money Talks

BioNTech to develop mRNA-based malaria vaccine | Money Talks

BioNTech to develop mRNA-based malaria vaccine | Money Talks

Tesla Q2 profit surges to record $1.1B on record deliveries | Money Talks

Tesla Q2 profit surges to record $1.1B on record deliveries | Money Talks

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