The United States embassy to Ukraine unexpectedly said on March 21 that its diplomats "are closely monitoring" developments surrounding the nation's largest lender by assets, PrivatBank, nationalised in late 2016.
Infrastructure officials claim deep sea port investors face financing headache. Sceptics will ponder possible links to TBC Bank probe.
Russia's Finance Ministry has swiftly placed $3bn and €0.75bn worth of Eurobonds, maturing in 2035 and yielding 5.1% and 2025/2.375%, respectively – the biggest issue in six years
The multilateral development bank, International Investment Bank, has moved its headquarters from Moscow to Hungary, provoking accusations that it will become a nest of spies used by Russian security forces.
IIF observes expansion in economy’s positive Q1 credit impulse. “Short term this boosts GDP, but that's not necessarily positive for the Turkish Lira, as markets want less credit-dependent growth,” it notes.
Ukrainian comic and presidential candidate Volodymyr Zelenskiy and President Petro Poroshenko will face each other in the second-round run-off of the 2019 presidential election, Zenon Zawada at Kyiv-based brokerage Concorde Capital predicted in a res
A hedge fund founded by former Russian star strategist Al Breach has seen its assets under management rocket by 70% last year to almost $1.4bn, bne IntelliNews can reveal.
Viktor Orban's party manages to avoid expulsion from centre right grouping, as the Hungarian PM vowed to end his campaign against Brussels and apologise to Fidesz critics within the party group.
The Ukrainian cabinet will extend a contract with CEO of the nation's state-owned natural gas monopoly Naftogaz Andriy Kobolev for one year, Volodymyr Groysman said at a government meeting on March 20.
Zagreb to decide within days on whether to restructure troubled shipbuilding group to allow it to file for bankruptcy.
Day also sees resigned leader’s daughter made Senate speaker but there’s considerable doubt that she will turn out to be the true presidential successor.
Telecoms towers business Russian Towers increased revenues by 35% year-on-year in 2018 to over RUB3bn ($47mn), the company's head Alexander Chub told the press on March 20, as cited by Interfax.
Moody’s moves country’s external vulnerability risk to High+ from High due to country’s high external financing requirements.
The Hague court rules that the gravity of the former Bosnian Serb leader's crimes is too great for the previous sentence of 40 years in prison.
Over two-thirds of respondents in new Rating poll believe Ukraine is headed in the wrong direction, and half say they won't vote for incumbent President Petro Poroshenko "under any circumstances".
Mansur Yavas will “pay a serious price and make our fellow residents of Ankara pay a price too” strongman warns in TV interview.
Politician close to opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko claims President Petro Poroshenko and his team have imported hundreds of millions of hryvnias via PrivatBank in order to bribe voters.
Recession-hit populist president accused of distracting voters with angry rhetoric over anti-Muslim and anti-Turkey sentiment.
“We are a sick, overworked and poor nation,” says union leader at launch of "67 is too much” campaign, as Croatia becomes the latest ex-socialist country to see a pitched battle over pension reform.
Protestors gathered near the Presidential Administration and faced off with a four-deep line of police in full riot gear but began to pepper them with a barrage of soft toy pigs.