Nvidia helps Japan create a quantum supercomputer, shipping companies are increasingly turning to security companies due to the situation in the Red Sea, Moscow is promised a new metro line, the volume of coal exports of the Federation Russia to China is declining and the Russians have started withdrawing more cash. We continue to monitor economic news and compile it in a brief summary.

Decrease in coal exports to China, increase in the average amount of cash withdrawals in the Russian Federation: the main thing for companies on April 21

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  • In Russia they commented on the US bill on the confiscation of Russian assets: this decision will cause “irreparable damage to the image” of the United States, including in the eyes of investors (TASS).
  • Coal imports from Russia to China in March 2024 decreased to 6.92 million tons, that is, 21.6% compared to March of the previous year (General Administration of Customs of China).
  • Until 2030, a new Rublevo-Arkhangelskaya line will appear in the capital from the “Business Center” passing through “Shelepikha”, “People’s Militia”, “Serebryany Bor” and “Strogino”.
  • Nvidia will provide software and microchips for Japan’s national hybrid quantum supercomputer initiative ABCI-Q.
  • Since the beginning of the year, the average amount of cash withdrawals from Russian ATMs has increased by 30%: to 40.9 thousand in 2024 from 31.8 thousand in 2023 (Russian standard).
  • The new Honor 200 Lite, according to the French microsite, will go on sale on April 25.
  • The number of calls from shipping companies to private security companies has increased due to the increase in attacks on ships in the Red Sea (FT).


Ekaterina Alipova

Source: RB

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