Romania's GDP growth outstripped China's last year but the economy is already slowing and with warnings of overheating backed up by rising inflation, the question now is how hard Romania’s landing will be.
After more than two decades of “wild cat” banking, the dead wood and dodgy banks have largely been expelled from the sector, which is starting to look increasingly “normal”, but there is still a lot of work to do.
Pat Phelan is lining up a punt in YouFirst, an innovative Slovak startup that utilises artificial intelligence to track facial expressions of television viewers.
Twenty kilometres from the Carpathian city of Uzghorod and barely 2km away from the Slovakian and Hungarian borders the German car plant Eurocar is ticking over waiting for the good times to return.
As the markets garrotted the lira, Turkey’s president gave up on any idea he had of continuing to stand defiant against an interest rate hike. But if he is re-elected in late June, will the markets trust him to keep a rational hand on the helm?
The Czech National Bank (CNB) took aggressive actions to burst a potential real estate bubble before it gets too big on June 12 by increasing the banks capital buffer rate to 1.5% effective from July 1, 2019 and tightening mortgage lending policies
Russian stocks are paying the highest dividend yields in the world, and the stocks of the most generous companies handsomely outperform the leading indices.
Ruling GERB and opposition Socialists for once united over revival of controversial nuclear power station project and u-turn towards Russia.
Russian president Putin wants the economy to be a global top-5 player. Several of Russia’s largest tech and financial companies have teamed up to deliver on that promise and completely transform the Russian online market.
Merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in Ukraine increased modestly from 41 transactions in 2016 to 44 deals in 2017, but deals soared in terms of value, up 57% to €554mn y/y according to May's report published by Kyiv-based law firm Aequo.
The Istanbul Convention has angered conservatives in numerous Central and East European countries, whose antipathy to “gender ideology” has led to high-level political battles as governments that have signed up to the convention attempt to ratify it.
Ukraine has failed to fulfil the promise of the “Revolution of Dignity,” it has lost the young people who won't vote and attitudes to Russia and Nato remain mixed.