Fees from Russian dealmaking in equities, bonds, loans and mergers surged by 32% in the year to April 20 compared with the same period a year ago.
Detentions of former MP Mykola Martynenko and Naftogaz deputy chairman Serhiy Pereloma are latest high-profile criminal investigations by Ukraine's National Anti-Corruption Bureau.
Soccer federation has only half the number of sponsorship contracts it had before the 2014 tournament in Brazil.
Yulia Kovaliv will step down after she and three other independent members of state gas company's board warned government about lack of "material progress".
Both sides agreed on the need to “put an end to steady degradation” of relations.
UK Companies House filing shows additional capital to keep lender's struggling operation afloat.
Multinational lender joins IMF in urging faster progress in broad reforms to bolster confidence in the government.
Sale uproots mysticism-laden legacy of Uralsib's ex-billionaire founder Nikolai Tsvetkov.
Kolomoisky and Boholyubov made fraudulent transactions on the "last night" before the lender's nationalisation, alleges Valeriya Gontareva.
Visit is overshadowed by rising US-Russian tensions over the recent chemical attack and punitive US missile strikes in Syria.
“I came here to implement reforms. My mission is fulfilled - the reforms are implemented,” Gontareva says.
Alleged plot against leader of Moldova's ruling Democratic Party foiled by law enforcement bodies in Moldova and Ukraine.
Russia's 2017 dividend season will soon kick off with annual general meetings amid a showdown between state-owned companies and the finance ministry, which wants them to shell out 50% of profits as dividends.
The offices of state-owned diamond monopoly Alrosa were raided by the Federal Security Service (FSB) on April 6 as part of an investigation into the sale of non-core assets.
Cruise missile strikes are a violation of international norms, Moscow says ahead of leadership's scheduled talks with US Secretary of State.
From lasers that can clear oil spillages to new remote banking facilities when it's too cold to go out, Russia's Arctic regions are looking at a new paths of development for the 2.5mn people living there.
Rosneft is using its proximity to the Kremlin to defy a government ruling on dividend payments, thereby protecting the vast wealth of the shadowy Rosneftegas holding where its proceeds accumulate.
Russian leader and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko agree on energy roadmap until 2020.
A bombing in the metro underground railway in the Russian city of St Petersburg killed up to ten people and injured dozens more.
60% of Russia's energy resources are located in its Arctic regions. The race is now on to draw them more efficiently, with foreign firms like ExxonMobil back in the frame.
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