Belarus may avoid placing a Eurobond in 2020 if Russia releases an inter-governmental loan of $630mn that has been snarled up in politics, the Belarusian Finance Minister Maxim Yermolovich said on July 2.
Cooperation with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is a priority for the Ukrainian authorities, the nation's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy told IMF first deputy managing director David Lipton in Toronto on July 2.
Several properties registered with Finpar Invest Ltd have been seized in a money-laundering case, Rise Moldova investigative NGO reported, but the legal grounds for the seizures are unclear.
The Russian Ministry of Transport unilaterally banned Czech airlines Ceske Aerolinie (CSA) from flying over Siberia on the Prague-Seoul route prompting Czechia to ban Russian flights to Prague
Ministry of Treasury and Finance has mandated BNP Paribas, Citigroup and HSBC in order to issue US dollar-denominated eurobonds due 2024.
The biggest banks in the Czech Republic, Ceská Sporitelna, CSOB bank, Komercni Banka and UniCredit bank confirmed that they are ready to invest up to CZK7bn (€274.9mn) in the National Development Fund
Russian government has prepared new Key Productivity Indicators (KPI) for top managers of State Owned Enterprises (SEOs) for the next three years, Vedomosti daily reported on July 2 citing the decree signed by the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Debt and equity deals by Russian corporate issuers in January-June 2019 have already exceeded all placement volume for the entire last year by 25%, RBC business daily reports on July 2 citing the estimates of Dealogic platform.
Rimac Automobili founder Mate Rimac says Croatia could become Central Europe's next car manufacturing hub.
Commercial real estate is recovering in Moscow with three large projects currently under construction that will triple the amount of new space coming on the market this year, according to a report by real estate consultant JJL.
Russia has been the global grain exporter top dog for the last three years, but as the agricultural marketing year ended on June 30, it looks like Ukraine has snatched the title back from its erstwhile rival.
Ukrainian Railway followed the government into the international debt capital market with a $500mn Eurobond issued to high demand on June 2.
All major political parties have swung behind Mugur Isarescu, who has headed the National Bank of Romania since 1990, despite recent clashes between government officials and the monetary authority.
Hungary wins yet another investment amidst stiff competition, bringing it one step closer to an annual HUF10 trillion in automotive industry production, he added.
Kazakh oil workers rallied to protest unequal labour and pay conditions among local and foreign workers.
PNB, earlier named Norvik, was at the centre of the controversy that embroiled Latvia’s central bank governor Ilmars Rimsevics in early 2018 and which has continued to haunt Latvia since.
Markets have focused on the meeting since the Turkish side has been saying for a while that Erdogan would solve the sanctions issue with Trump in Osaka.
Iran’s top legal vetting committee, the Guardian Council, has confirmed the bill of temporary agreement for launching a free trade agreement between Iran and the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), according to Mehr News Agency on June 27.
Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed to prolong the Opec+ global oil output cut deal for at least six months, under which 25 oil producing countries cut the extraction by 1.2mn barrels as compared to October 2018
North Macedonia held its first Gay Pride march on June 29 with several hundred gay men, lesbians and human rights activists participating in the event.