In what could be seen as a peace offering, Russia said it was ready for an out-of-court settlement and the sale of the Eurobond.
The first mass-produced Belarusian cars rolled off the assembly line at the new Chinese-based BelGee car plant on November 17.
Severstal, Rusal and Evraz have sold a significant part of their Ukraine assets as the breach between Kyiv and Moscow grows ever deeper.
In July Yandex and Uber agreed to join forces in Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Kazakhstan.
The share of foreign investments in rouble-denominated OFZ bonds has reached 33.2%, but central bank governor Elvira Nabiullina expects foreign investors to be replaced by local buyers as yields stabilise.
MEPs want to reward reforms by Eastern Partnership countries by allowing them to join EU customs union, energy union or even Schengen area.
Moscow's arbitration court has seized the assets of property developer О1 Properties, owned by entrepreneur Boris Mints, as part of the cleaning up of ailing lender Financial Corporation Otkritie.
Igor Sechin, influential head of Russia's largest oil company Rosneft, has ignored a court order to testify as a key witness at the trial of Alexei Ulyukayev.
Trump reiterates desire to improve relations with Moscow and downplays Kremlin involvement in US elections.
The Specialised Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine (SAPO) has sent to court an indictment against Roman Nasirov, the suspended head of Ukraine's State Fiscal Service taking another step towards starting a trial of the official
Despite scepticism over whether the Nato member country would really go through with the acquisition, Ankara says it has done so. Word on whether the transaction infringes US sanctions directed at Russia now awaited.
Ukraine's parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, has adopted in the first reading a new bill on the privatisation of state-owned enterprises, which should re-start the stalled privatisation drive in the war-torn country.
Moody’s gives International Investment Bank (IIB) a shot in the arm with a credit opinion as the development bank continues to reinvent itself.
Total spending on Internet advertising in Russia was more than spending on TV advertising for the first time ever in January-September 2017.
The number of Russians holidaying abroad has recovered and has almost passed its pre-crisis peak. In January-June 17.1mn Russian tourists went abroad, up by 30% year-on-year, Rosstat reported on November 8.
EBRD markedly hikes its forecasts for economic growth in Emerging Europe after assessing the arrival of expansion that is so strong that it is already running up against structural constraints.
Russian tech whizz Yuri Milner got "hundreds of millions of dollars" from the Kremlin to invest into Twitter and Facebook, but what the reporting misses is the Kremlin investments in a wide range of tech household names.
Though Russia's Rostec says the deal has been arranged at more than $2bn and Turkish president states a down payment has been made, observers still foresee Nato member Turkey backtracking.
The US Department of Justice is investigating six Russians government officials over hacking and meddling in the 2016 US presidential elections
The regulator has revoked the licenses of about 350 lenders over the last four years bringing the number of banks in Russia to about 600