Gazprom stocks soared 30% in a matter of days in May after the management doubled its dividend payout.
Albanian citizens have been able to travel free to EU countries since December 2010, but Dutch MPs voted to suspend this citing the growing number of crimes committed by the Albanian mafia.
Across the EU just 10mn of the 43mn diesel cars and vans caught in the Dieselgate scandal have been recalled, and recall rates are lowest in the eastern EU members, finds Transport & Environment.
The real estate market has begun to revive on the back of a nascent economic recovery and luxury housing is leading the way.
She has already been Ukraine’s Prime Minister twice and now the opposition firebrand Yulia Tymoshenko is seeking the office for a third time
Russia's Yandex.Taxi taxi aggregator is in early talks to add helicopter transportation option to its application, Kommersant daily reported on May 30 citing unnamed sources close to negotiations between the company
Russia's second-largest retailer Magnit launched delivery services from its stores in the southern city of Krasnodar, the company said on May 30. The collection and delivery is executed by local delivery company Broniboy.
As country prepares for week-long holiday, geopolitical ‘messaging’ lifts lira and Erdogan camp prepares ground for Istanbul revote.
The Kyiv District Administrative Court has cancelled the decision of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) to exclude local operations of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) from the register of audit firms that are eligible for bank audits.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a package of laws and decrees that prolong the ongoing capital amnesty and repatriation drive from June 1 2019 to February 29 2020, Vedomosti daily said on May 30 citing state legal information portal.
Businessman Jozsef Vida is to acquire TV2's media portfolio after its former owner Andy Vajna, the Hollywood producer and government commissioner for the film industry, died in January.
Annual progress report on country's EU accession path says economic turmoil has exposed vulnerabilities built up over years.
European Commission says the two Western Balkan countries have delivered on reforms and urges EU governments to allow talks to begin.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ready to discuss further cooperation with Ukraine after the nation's snap parliamentary elections scheduled for July, head of the IMF's mission Ron van Roden told President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on May 28.
Russian metals magnate Oleg Deripaska said the evidentiary memorandum that set out OFAC's justifications for last year's April 6 round of sanctions was “full of false claims and factual inaccuracies”.
PM Viorica Dancila announces steps aimed at re-establishing the credibility of the party, including with broad government and party reshuffles.
Russian presidential ombudsman for business Boris Titov presented the annual report to the President Vladimir Putin, delivering a sharp criticism of the investment and entrepreneurship climate in the country, Vedomosti daily reported on May 28.
New Delhi-based publication cites government official as saying re-elected Modi administration “is not keen” on the attempted US blockade of Iran’s crude.
Debt ratio of big industrial companies climbed to 67%, the "most negative" on record.
Running out of gas in its bid to get a grip on Turkey’s tottering economy, Erdogan administration seizes on money market portfolios. And as clerics in Pakistan issue fatwa against dollar buying, Turks wonder “could it happen here?”