5 major events in the financial market today: geopolitical situation clouds still remain $600 million cryptocurrency stolen
Here are 5 things to know about the financial markets on Wednesday, March 30.
1. U.S., Britain and others say they want to "watch what they do" to Russia
In response to Russia's announcement that it will significantly reduce its military activities in the direction of Kiev and Chernihiv, U.S. President Joe Biden said at the White House on March 29 that the U.S. will observe whether the Russian side implements its claims with practical actions, according to Xinhua. At the same time, the United States and its allies will maintain sanctions against Russia, continue to provide military assistance to Ukraine, and closely monitor the development of the situation.
French media cited the presidential palace Elysee on the 29th that French President Macron will speak with Ukrainian President Zelensky. The Elysee Palace said that the war is still going on and the French side's demands, including the ceasefire, have not changed.