The US is finalising a plan to supply the EU with up to 15bn additional cubic metres of liquefied natural gas by the end of 2022, Russian shares rose as the Moscow exchange partially reopened, hedge funds search for bargains in Russian and Ukrainian bonds, and Toshiba shareholders vote down management’s plan to split the famous industrial conglomerate in two.

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