Azerbaijan’s retail trade turnover grew by 2.6% y/y in comparable prices in the first two months of 2019, reaching AZN5.5bn (€2.9bn), the State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan reported.
Year-on-year inflation in Slovakia increased by 2.3% in February, with core inflation amounting to 1.9% and net inflation at 1.7%, the Slovak Statistics Office reported on March 14.
Czech retail sales adjusted for calendar affects accelerated by 4.7% year-on-year in January from of 4.8% in December, affected markedly by e-shops and mail order services (up by 18.6%), according to the Czech Statistics Office´s data released on Mar
The the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has keept its key policy rate at 18% per annum after "balancing the need to bring inflation back to its target against the risks that could prevent inflation from decreasing", the regulator said in a statement o
2019 harvest to include 75mn–78mn tonnes of wheat, according to Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patrushev. Combined exports of agricultural products grew 20% to US $25.9bn in 2018.
Romania’s so-called “greed tax” on banks limits the BNR’s policy flexibility at a time of slowing growth and persistent inflationary pressure.
The US could beat Russia's oil exports numbers by 2024 and become the world's second largest exporter of oil behind the Saudi Arabia, the report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts.
Capital outflow from Russia in January-February 2019 more than doubled year-on-year to $18.6bn from $8.7bn seen for the same period of last year, the data by the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) shows.
Consumer prices in Ukraine rose 0.5% month-on-month in February following a 1% m/m growth in January, according to the nation's state statistics service Ukrstat.
The Belarusian government forecasts the nation's GDP growth at 2.1% year-on-year in 2019, 2.5% y/yin 2020, and 2.8% y/y in 2021, according to the cabinet's medium-term fiscal programme for 2019-2021 approved on March 6.
The average wage in the Czech Republic grew by 6.9% year-on-year, up by CZK2,179 (€84.9) to CZK33,840 (€1,319) in 4Q18, according to the data by the Czech Statistics Office released on March 8. In real terms it increased by 4.7%. The median wage reac
Unemployment in Slovakia continued falling in 2018, down by 19.9% year-on-year to 179,500 persons in the whole 2018 and down by 21.5% y/y to 167,100 persons in 4Q18, where the unemployment rate dropped to 6.1% in 4Q18 and 6.6% in 2018, the Slovak Sta
Russia's car and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) sales in February contracted for the first time in two years, dropping by 3.6% year-on-year and by 1.8% y/y in January-February overall to 0.133mn and 0.235mn units respectively
Potential delay of big infrastructure projects and external factors such as Brexit are the main risks to Bulgaria's outlook this year, central bank warns.
Ukraine international reserves declined by 2.9% m/m to $20.22bn in February
Retail sales index increased by 6.6% y/y in January, defying expectations of a slowdown in consumption.
Estonia’s industrial output has now grown for 31 months straight, helping economic expansion.
Young Croatians expressed a deep distrust of political institutions and consider those in power disregard the needs and opinions of their generation, FES study finds.