A couple of hours before the fall of Florin Citu's government, the National Bank of Romania hiked the monetary policy interest rate by 25bp to 1.5%.
After MPs vote to oust Citu, it's unclear how a new government could be formed by the current parliament, and early elections cannot be ruled out.
Clearstream included the Serbian capital market in its global network, enabling foreign investors to directly settle dinar-denominated government bonds.
Premier bought French chateau through secret loan from offshore companies but denies tax evasion.
A new leak of millions of documents dubbed the Pandora Papers has revealed more details of the use of offshore companies by the elite of New Europe, detailing their ownership of hundreds of millions of dollars of assets.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis embarrassed by Panama Papers disclosure that he acquired French chateau through offshore companies.
National gas company Naftogaz and the pipeline operator Gas Transmission System Operator of Ukraine claimed on October 1 that last week’s deal by Russia’s Gazprom to supply Hungary is use of gas as a "weapon" and have called for sanctions.
Third placed candidate Marky-Zay and Budapest Mayor Gergely Karacsony will decide next week which of them should withdraw to give the other a clear run against Dobrev.
Third deadly fire breaks out in a Romanian COVID-19 hospital as government struggles to manage the fourth wave of the pandemic.
It meanwhile emerges that US is in talks on using Central Asian bases for over-the-horizon counter-terrorism operations in Taliban-controlled nation.
The international digital transformation and cybersecurity solution and service provider has announced that it plans to list on the London Stock Exchange.
Government weaponises refugees as threat to Poles, while opposition accuses it of violating international law by not allowing them to file for protection.
Bank board defies government by raising rates by 75 bps, the largest increase in 24 years.
Dushanbe has irked the Taliban by offering a haven to its foes.
Standoff to end in northern Kosovo after officials reach agreement ending crisis sparked by Kosovo's new rules for car number plates.
PM Janez Jansa’s rightwing government cut off funding for Slovenian news agency STA in 2020, sparking criticism from the European Commission and international media watchdogs.
Turkish president may be trying to force Washington to cut his regime some slack. Biden ambassador nominee for Ankara has said he will push Turkey to “live up to its status as a Nato ally”.
Budapest Mayor Gergely Karacsony and independent Peter Marki-Zayare also set to make the cut to be opposition candidate to face Hungarian strongman Viktor Orban.
Tehran, peeved at military exercises involving Azerbaijani, Turkish and Pakistani forces, appears to have resorted to sabre-rattling.
Representatives of both sides in Brussels for talks after Pristina's decision to make Serbian drivers to replace their plates with temporary ones to enter Kosovo elevated tensions in northern Kosovo.