London Metal Exchange suspended trading of nickel on Tuesday after prices more than doubled to cross a record $100,000 per tonne.
Entities must immediately conduct an assessment on the financial and operational impact of the sanctions, and announce that on the exchange, the report said, citing SGX
London nickel prices soared as much as 30.7% on Monday, the biggest daily percentage gain on record, as supply fears gripped markets amid an escalating Russia-Ukraine conflict
Japan, which counts Russia as its fifth-biggest supplier of crude, is in discussion with the US and European countries about possibly banning Russian oil imports, Kyodo says
The state planning body plans to boost output and reserves of oil, gas, as well as coal, which powers more than 60% of China's electricity generation plants
Trade restrictions slapped on Russia potentially cover any product made with US technology, and the suddenness of rules caught many Asian tech firms off-guard
'Fake information' has intensified confrontation between China and other countries, a top Chinese political adviser and former academic claims
Russia's invasion of Ukraine could spur the US and its allies to far more robust rivalry with China, and Russia, to revitalise the liberal international order, CSIS analyst says
Hundreds of companies have sought to open Chinese accounts in recent days in a bid to get around Western sanctions, a worker at a Chinese state bank in Moscow said
Gulf producers have not committed to additional supplies for BPCL, as allocations for April loading are due to be finalised next week
A China institute that advises the nation's top leaders says Western sanctions will end up hurting the US and Europe more than Russia itself.
Oil prices surged on Tuesday over concerns about potential supply disruptions after Russia's invasion of Ukraine and related sanctions despite talk of a coordinated global crude stocks release