Opinion split on whether rate-setters will start easing cycle amid deep recession ahead of local elections.
Fed up with overbilling, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban set up the new agency to oversee state-funded infrastructure investments two weeks ago.
Albania's second airport to open after Tirana International Airport lost its exclusive right to international flights back in 2016.
Despite early appeals from political leaders not to politicise the assassination of the popular mayor, the odds appear increasingly in favour of ever-deeper fault lines to divide Poland.
Lira recovers losses as US president changes tack, talks of expanding economic development with Turkey.
Banca Transilvania shares plunged by nearly 10% after prime ministerial advisor revealed "tax on greed" will be levied quarterly.
Dealing effectively with garbage became a political issue in 2018 after 25,000 people took part in a protest over the poor state of a landfill that hosts Moscow’s rubbish.
Rumours have been swirling on the Russian bank market that the oligarch owner of Alfa-Bank Mikhail Fridman is in talks to sell up, though this has been denied by the bank.
Analysts doubt US would pull economic trigger as it would drive Erdogan into the arms of Putin.
Belgrade anticipates fresh support for its railway infrastructure during Russian President Vladimir Putin's upcoming visit.
Index contracts for third consecutive month. Pace of annual deterioration escalates to 6.5%.
Long-serving mayor was stabbed by a 27-year old man who recently completed a jail sentence following a conviction for a number of bank robberies in Gdansk.
Bond investors raked in big losses last year and money continued to flow out of funds specialising in bond investments, analysis by Portfolio reveals.
Anger over unsolved murder of Kosovan Serb politician fuels anti-government demonstrations in Serbia as first anniversary of his death approaches.
Viktor Orban focused on economic issues and laid out his visions for Europe at a rare international press conference.
MPs vote in constitutional changes that will see the country renamed North Macedonia under a deal with Greece that will unblock Macedonia’s Nato and EU perspectives.
Prosecutor general’s office investigating consecutive loans made to companies and chairman and deputy chairman of lender.
Scandal erupts over the inclusion of two leaders of known organised crime groups and the head of the C14 Neo-Nazi group in the delegation lead by President Petro Poroshenko to the ceremony in Istanbul.
Final vote on constitutional changes to change country's name to North Macedonia postponed as Besa's two MPs hold the government to ransom.
The EBRD invested more than €360mn in 21 projects in Belarus in 2018, putting it among the top 10 most active of the bank’s 38 countries of operation.