Russia and Lithuania, a NATO member, are clashing over Kaliningrad

A sign reading “Kaliningrad” stands on top of the southern railway station in the main city. Kaliningrad is a small Russian enclave on the Baltic Sea located between Lithuania and Poland. It has become the center of contention between Russia and Lithuania, a NATO member. Harry Engels | Getty Images Sport | Getty Images A … Read more

Germany faces recession risk as Russia gas crisis deepens

Pipes at the landing facilities of the “Nord Stream 1” gas pipeline in Lubbmen, Germany, March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Register More Europeans activate the first phase of gas crisis plans Rising gas prices add to policy makers’ inflation headaches Slowing flows hamper efforts to … Read more

Oil price rises with strong demand and tight supply

Models of oil drums and a pump lever are shown in front of a stock spiraling graph and the “$100” in this illustration was taken on February 24, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Rovich/Illustration Register now to get free unlimited access to Register Exxon Mobil CEO predicts that the tight oil market will continue in the past … Read more

Russia declares gas war on the European Union – POLITICO

Click play to listen to this article Russian President Vladimir Putin is playing a tricky role with the European Union — cutting off gas shipments to some of Russia’s best customers amid anger over sanctions imposed after the invasion of Ukraine. It puts enormous political pressure on governments, threatens to leave Europeans in a freeze … Read more

New Hampshire lawmakers are calling on the state to use US bailout money for home energy bills

In a letter sent Friday to Governor Chris Sunono, Republican of New Hampshire, New Hampshire’s congressional delegation asked the state to provide additional financial assistance to help defray energy costs for Granite Staters as utility prices are expected to rise significantly in the coming months. >> RELATED: New Hampshire residents warn of “significant increases” in … Read more

China’s oil imports from Russia may rise to a record high, overtaking Saudi Arabia’s largest oil supplier

Oil and gas tanks at an oil depot in the port of Zhuhai, China, October 22, 2018. (Reuters) / Ali Song Register now to get free unlimited access to Register Russia overtakes Saudi Arabia as the largest supplier after a gap of 19 months Russia imports nearly two million barrels per day in May … Read more

Why the $2 trillion crypto market crash isn’t killing the economy

Francesco Carta Photography | moment | Getty Images The carnage in the cryptocurrency market will not stop as token prices drop, Corporate layoffs In waves, some of the most famous names in the industry go up to the belly. The chaos has terrified investors, wiping out more than $2 trillion of value in a matter … Read more

Analysis: Market crash exposes Europe’s divisions

Defeat markets focus on Europe’s Achilles heel The European Central Bank’s attempt to restore confidence that has been curbed by high prices Ministers deadlocked over a ten-year plan to support banks LONDON (Reuters) – A sell-off in the markets brought back memories of the euro zone debt crisis more than a decade ago, highlighting the … Read more

Andy Reed, the head coach, doesn’t talk to the rookies

Don’t expect Andy Reed to talk to you until at least the second year.picture: Getty Images Kansas City head coach Andy Reed is one of the greatest coaches of his era and possesses one of the most creative attacking minds the NFL has seen over the past 20 years. Like any coach, Reed has a … Read more

The Costly Contradictions of Biden’s Green Energy Crusade

President Biden’s energy program is crystal clear: an all-out government assault on the domestic fossil fuel industry to advance a green agenda. But its economic and political ramifications are a muddled contradiction. Biden’s plan distorts or undermines so many other domestic and international priorities that it is in dire need of a mid-course correction. The … Read more