The Uzbek stock market is about to get a boost from a new law that will ease restrictions on the foreign ownership of bank shares that make up the bulk of trading on the exchange.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy added his voice to those of major European economies in opposing a proposal from US President Donald Trump to allow Russia back into the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies.
Capital Economics anticipates a slowdown in credit growth as Hungary's central bank is expected to gradually tighten monetary policy and raise rates.
Lira hit as critics sense weakened strongman Erdogan is intent on pumping up short-term growth.
Five-percent restriction on rate movement cancelled with rates to “now be determined by the buyers and sellers”.
2013 concession of Chisinau airport to a “group of crooks” must be investigated, says President Igor Dodon, after re-sale of the airport’s operator to financier Nat Rothschild.
Social Democrats' new nominee to head the culture ministry, former foreign minister Lubomir Zaoralek, has the support of President Zeman.
An outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease linked to a Bulgarian hotel and a freak accident on an “extreme” waterslide have raised doubts among British holidaymakers about the Southeast European destination.
Katica Janeva's arrest is expected to restore trust in justice institutions that was badly shaken when her involvement in the so-called Extortion scandal was revealed.
Meanwhile, Kamhi family put Istanbul’s Profilo shopping mall on market with an asking price of $74mn—half of what they tried to sell if for five years ago.
Zarif’s remarks come as Australia and Bahrain agree to back US-led maritime security mission off Iranian coast already supported by UK.
Central bank introduces reserves changes which observers note tally with possible plan to drive up short-term economic growth and call early elections. Lira comes under pressure.
Russia's finance ministry is insisting that the moratorium on oil and gas extraction support is extended for the Arctic region, while Rosneft pushes through support for its Arctic project Vostok Oil.
Angela Merkel and Viktor Orban put their differences over migration aside to commemorate the opening of the Hungarian-Austrian border, a milestone event in the momentous year of 1989.
Prosecutors indicted Karimova for illegally buying two cement plants and selling them off to a foreign business, saying she coerced the owners to hand over their companies.