One the largest owners of A-class commercial real estate in Moscow O1 Properties of Boris Mints will quit the market and sell the assets to Laysa Group affiliated with Russian Railways. Mints was also a major shareholder in the Garden Ring banks
Loans taken out under One Belt One Road initiative will force up debt levels in vulnerable countries, says Center for Global Development.
Ukraine cuts consumption to avoid shortages, while gas transit is unaffected.
State-controlled carrier seen as over the worst and able to raise profits and dividends.
A day after Gazprom was due to resume gas deliveries to Ukraine after a nearly three-year hiatus, Russia’s gas monopolist has thrown down the gauntlet, saying it will cancel its gas supply deal.
Leading Russian technology company InfoWatch that develops information protection solutions, plans to issue two-year bonds worth a total of RUB400mb ($7mn)
Russian IBS IT Services plans to raise over $100mn at an IPO on Moscow Exchange (MOEX) to develop business solutions and consulting segments, Bloomberg and Vedomosti daily reported on March 1 citing unnamed sources.
Ukraine’s relation to its main donor, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), should be based on “joint compromise agreements,” President Petro Poroshenko said, as the Rada gets ready to vote in a new NBU governor.
Ukraine wins four-year legal battle over Gazprom's failure to supply gas.
Russia's largest bank Sberbank reported IFRS net profit increase of 38% year-on-year to RUB748.7bn ($13.3bn) in 2017 or RUB34.58 per ordinary share, the bank said on February 28. The annualized return on equity (ROE) reached 24.2%
More than 130 ICOs and pre-ICOs were conducted by companies with Russian roots in 2017, some 10% of the global numbers, according to new data from ICObench and EWDN.
With moves already under way to phase out the Cyrillic alphabet, the Kazakhs, unsettled by Moscow’s annexation of Crimea, are sending out a statement asserting their statehood.
Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko said Yakiv Smolii's candidature as governor of the National Bank of Ukraine was "unacceptable".
Presidential elections are less than a month away so it's a strange time for Russia’s top oligarchs to be showing off how rich they are, but that is what is happening in the escalating fight for control of metals giant Norilsk Nickel.
Navalny and his chief of staff have been detained for 30 days, taking them out of circulation for the March 18 presidential elections.
Belarus tapped the international debt market on February 21 for the first time this year with a new $600mn Eurobond
There were some very public arrests and jailings in Russia in 2017, but they had little impact on the TI Corruption Perception index ranking. Ukraine has also failed to make real progress.