NY pension money ‘held hostage’ by Vladimir Putin, Russia

NY pension money ‘held hostage’ by Vladimir Putin, Russia

New York employees and taxpayers are unwittingly financing Russian companies and the oligarch pals of Vladimir Putin with at least $519 million invested in assets now frozen by the war-mongering dictator, The Post has learned. City and state pension systems have pledged to sell off the holdings in protest of Russia’s assault on Ukraine, but … Read more

Stock market today: US stock markets poised to open sharply lower; Dow Jones Industrial futures declined 1.6%

Stock market today: US stock markets poised to open sharply lower;  Dow Jones Industrial futures declined 1.6%

NEW YORK — US markets were poised to open sharply lower on Monday as interest rate hikes and a slowing Chinese economy weigh on investor sentiment. Dow Jones Industrial futures declined 1.6% and the S&P 500 fell 2%. European shares dipped in midday trading and Asian benchmarks finished lower. A turbulent week on Wall Street … Read more