Russia's Consumer Price Index (CPI) in October fell again to an extraordinary low of 2.7% year-on-year down from the already low 3% seen in September, Rosstat statistics agency said on November 7.
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.
Against the backdrop of the Russian economy gradually coming out of recession and oil prices on the rise, the country's far-flung region have been feeling financial strain and are asking the centre for help.
Russia’s summer dividend payout season is over so it's time for investors to look forward to the next one. High yielding dividend stocks have been consistent index outperformers nearly every year since 2014.
October was a disappointing month for bond issues in the CIS as the volumes of issues dropped off sharply from a stellar September, while the volumes in Central and Eastern Europe held their own
The latest PMI survey data signalled a weaker start to the final quarter of 2017 for the service sector but business activity still made increases
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
Busy agenda ranges over preserving nuclear deal, Syria, Rosneft and NIOC contracts worth $30bn and planned 7,200-kilometre International North-South Transport Corridor.
Demand in Southern, Southeast Europe would justify second branch of Turkish Stream, but no plans to go ahead without legal guarantees from Brussels, Russian foreign minister says.
Russia's manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) showed some growth in October, while both output and new orders for Russian manufacturing producers eased and overall performance was the weakest since June, according to the IHS Markit report.
Russia is now ranked only one place below Japan and is ahead of some EU states, such as Italy and Belgium, in terms of the World Bank's assessment of its 'ease of doing business'
Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin says that if the Russian oil major takes over INA it would modernise the Croatian company's two refineries at Rijeka and Sisak.
The cautious decision to lower the key rate by 25 bps to 8.25% is in line with market expectations
As bad weather in France and Italy caused world wine production to slump this year, sparking fears of future shortages, several countries in Eastern Europe have seen production rise.
The US Congress has received a list of Russian companies that could face sanctions in 2018, which includes defense-related organisations as well as state security agencies such as the Federal Security Bureau
Cryptocurrencies are set to take the world by storm and Eastern Europe is the surprise hub of this fledgling industry, while Vladimir Smerkis of The Token Fund has found himself firmly at its centre.
The IPO of the major metals and energy player on the London Stock Exchange has been hotly anticipated.