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Macro-Advisory is a highly visible name in all areas associated with Eurasia. Our analysts are regularly quoted in the world’s major media outlets and are frequent presenters at events focused on industries or countries in and concerning the region. A sample of articles, citing Macro-Advisory analysts, is in the news section below. There are also links to broadcast TV interviews in which our analysts appear. Some recent articles written by our team, and which appear in third party sites and publications, are in the published articles section.

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February 24, 2022

Russia could be cut from the SWIFT system

VIDEO: Chris Weafer, CEO of Macro-Advisory discusses the severe economic sanctions Russia may face as the country invades Ukraine, and the possibility that it will be cut off from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications.
February 21, 2022

Russia recognises breakaway Ukraine regions

Chris Weafer from analytics firm Macro-Advisory Ltd gives us his take on the potential economic fallout if tensions in the region increase further.
February 7, 2022

Slow pump: OPEC+ will raise supply, can’t cool prices

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies led by Russia, a group known as OPEC+, said on February 2 the ministers agreed to raise their countries’ collective production by another 400,000 barrels a day in March.
October 7, 2021

Is Russia trying to use the high price of gas to get Nordstream finally approved?

September 20, 2021

Pro-Putin party sweeps to election victory but challenges remain for the Kremlin

Russia’s ruling party, United Russia, appears to have retained its majority in weekend Duma elections, cementing its control of parliament and bolstering President Vladimir Putin’s power base.

Buckle up, August is coming

Over the past year the coronavirus pandemic has tried our patience, as well as our health, Russia was hit with more economic sanctions and Moscow endured extreme weather conditions. One may be forgiven for thinking that Russians have endured the worst that nature and politics can throw at them and should now look forward to a quiet holiday month. Not quite. History has repeatedly shown that August is a month when surprises, usually bad, can happen more often than in any other month. It is very rare for August to pass without a legacy event, whether a major accident, environment disaster or political event.
July 22, 2021

Russian Northern Sea Route opening raises dangers of Arctic environment disaster

Record high temperatures clocked in Arctic Russia in June and July raise the prospect that the Northern Sea Route (NSR) will become navigable faster than expected. The temperatures also increase the risks of a major ecological disaster affecting the whole Arctic region.
July 9, 2021

Russia unlikely to interfere in Saudi-UAE dispute to raise oil output

“There is a very wise old saying that ‘it is a very foolish person that seeks to interfere in family disputes,’” Chris Weafer, co-founder of Macro-Advisory in Moscow told New Europe on July 9, asked Russia can mediate to help strike a deal between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to raise output. Essentially this is a dispute between two Arab nations who are members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and who share a lot of common interests, he added.
June 15, 2021

Russia’s slow progress on climate action set to pick up speed

After seven years of sanctions and accusations of malign activities by all sides, political relations between Russia and both the US and the EU are at their worst since the mid-1980s. But there are signs, in Moscow and Washington as well as in some EU capitals, of confrontation fatigue. It appears there is an emerging effort to try and draw a line under the deterioration and, at least, establish some form of predictability in the relationships. Climate action may offer a sliver of common ground, it represents a rare issue that the US has said it will work on with Russia.
June 11, 2021

Climate management key in repairing Biden-Putin relationship

After seven years of sanctions and accusations of malign activities by both sides, political relations between Russia and the United States are the worst since the mid-80s and the trend could continue to worsen. The momentum has been in that direction for some time. But is there is a chance that the political engagement initiated by President Joe Biden may now stabilize the relationship and allow for the building of a better platform from which to move forward in the future?

The five Stans back in the Game

For most of the past hundred years, Central Asia was little known to most of the rest of the world. It was closed to outsiders during the over seven decades of Russian occupation and, like most of the other former Soviet states, the countries in the region have often struggled to deal with political and economic freedom since independence. Some are still struggling to define their historic and current national identities while also trying to chart the best course for social and economic development. With few exceptions, the region has been of little interest to investors or multinational corporations. That is now starting to change.

Russia’s Economy: Outlook

Most world economies will report a strong and broadly based rebound this year. This is because of the base effect from last year’s lockdowns and global trade collapse. Russia is no exception.
April 19, 2021

US sanctions against Russia less damaging that had been expected

The sanctions announced last week were milder than had been expected, with the exception of the ban on US investors buying Russian state issued ruble debt after June 15, Chris Weafer, co-founder of Macro Advisory in Moscow, told New Europe in an interview on April 19.
April 6, 2021

OPEC+ meets as Saudis keep finger on the pumps, Russia wants gradual output increase

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, a group known as OPEC+, convened for talks chaired by Saudi Energy Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak via videoconference on April 1, approving the adjustment of the production levels for May, June and July, while agreeing to continue to hold monthly meetings to assess market conditions and decide on production level adjustments for the following month, with every adjustment being no more than 0.5 million barrels per day, OPEC said in a statement.
March 22, 2021

Mongolian miner seeks London listing via reverse takeover

A Mongolian mine is seeking a London listing via a reverse takeover of Arkle Resources, according to the Irish gold and zinc explorer founded by the serial entrepreneur John Teeling. The Undur Tsakhir mine, located in Tayshir Soum in the Gobi-Altai province of Mongolia, and which is being explored by the Sod Gazar surveying company, produces the metal molybdenum, which is used for steel alloys.

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