Roadshows: Initial price guidance on Sisecam 7-year debt is 7.375%-7.5%, for Yapi Kredi Bank’s $500mn 5.5-year issue it’s 8.25%.
A fight for control of Ukraine’s national gas company Naftogaz has broken out as the government moves to oust the current CEO Andriy Kobolev, who has been running the company and representing it in its legal battles with the Russian counterpart Gazpr
Precise whereabouts of Islam Karimov’s disgraced eldest daughter Gulnara Karimova, described as a "robber baron" by US officials, now known.
Gyorgy Matolcsy suggests based on its size, the Hungarian market can support only five or six big universal banks sustainably.
Strongman populist appears to have been keeping schtum, perhaps fearing another market collapse in run-up to local elections seen as referendum on his rule.
Turkish government’s mortgage-backed securities move rolls on with TKB wealth fund targeting qualified investors with TRY1bn worth of paper.
Election nerves and prospect of big row with Washington over missile defence buy from Russia may have hit currency.
Serbia has become an important destination for Chinese investment, especially in the infrastructure sector.
Manfred Weber, leader of the EPP group in the European Parliament, said values of Christian Democracy are non-negotiable, as EPP prepares to debate whether to exclude Hungary's Fidesz.
The first investment bank in Russia Troika Dialog of Ruben Vardanyan has been implicated in organising an international money laundering ring in the investigation of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)
Russian stoligarch and owner of independent gas producer Novatek Leonid Mikhelson has topped the Forbes list of country's richest with an estimated fortune of $24bn, the rating published on March 5 shows.
Solar accounts for 0.5% of Hungary's annual electricity production, but that will grow substantially as there are solar projects with total capacity of around 3,000MW in the pipeline.
Stefan Mandachi will shut down his chain of 40 Spartan fast food outlets for 15 minutes as he ups the pressure on Bucharest to invest into better road infrastructure for Romania's isolated eastern regions.
Country's name has been changed to "North Macedonia", ending a long-standing dispute with neighbouring Greece.
First such decision from lender since 2008. Embattled Turkish banks holding on to revenues as tough year looms. Banking regulator blocked Isbank’s attempt to distribute profits.
The dark horse presidential candidacy of comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy is gaining momentum, according to results released on March 5 in the latest poll conducted by the Rating Sociological Group.
MANS has accused Djukanovic and other businessmen and politicians of abusing their positions to gain illegal profit from the privatisation of power firm EPCG, resulting in shareholder losses of €170mn.
Romania's finance minister tells S&P the "greed tax" will be replaced, on same day as PM Viorica Dancila argues the “billions of euros” banks and companies will contribute to the budget under the tax will be spent on education and health.
Bosnia told to reexamine guarantee for €614mn loan from China's EximBank to expand Tuzla power plant.
Move takes away duty free benefit enjoyed by around one-fifth of Turkish exports to US. Meanwhile, worried by EU’s tariff-reducing deal with Tokyo, Ankara is hurrying to strike its own agreement with the Japanese.