Deposit growth speeds up to 10.9% in August, driven by robust rise in corporate deposits.
The number of registered unemployed people in Bosnia & Herzegovina decreased by 6.2% y/y at the end of July, as the IMF urges Sarajevo to accelerate critical reforms in order to achieve more sustainable growth and bring down unemployment.
Survey reveals that West Europeans are significantly more politically active than their peers to the east.
Gross fixed capital formation kept rising at a robust rate, but exports lost momentum, growing at a slower rate than imports in Q2.
Rising prices of food, housing, alcohol and tobacco push Bulgaria's CPI higher in August.
Just 23% of Bosnians have confidence in the parliament - the least trusted institution in the country - reveals a new survey that shows an alarmingly low level of trust in all public institutions.
Registrations driven by strengthening European economies and the availability of newly introduced models that made inroads with consumers such as SUVs and hatchbacks from France’s Renault and Peugeot.
Industrial sector shifts to higher-value output, with export-oriented industries in particular gaining ground.
Supply-side factors push Inflation below medium-term expectations, but wage and pension hikes planned by the government will likely create demand-side inflationary pressure later this year.
Return of citizens to region after UK leaves EU will be a boon to economic growth, real estate markets and companies struggling with shortages of skilled workers, new study concludes.
Core inflation returned to the disinflation trend in August, in line with the absence of demand-side inflationary factors.
The trade deficit is driven by the chemical industry, which accounts for over 60% of the trade gap.
Fall in FDI was expected as recent investments have been driven by just two projects - the TAP pipeline and Devoll HPP - and so far Tirana has failed to diversify external investment base.
Low female labour force participation has helped push jobless rates in the region well above the European average.
Turkey’s economy expanded at 5.1% y/y in the second quarter of this year.
Manufacturing shores up growth in industrial sector, with 6.3% expansion in July, offsetting contractions in mining and utilities.
Inflation is expected to average around 2.3% in 2017, and reach the target of 3.0% in 2018.
Kosovo sees biggest PPI annual inflation since Q1 2013, with 54.9% producer price increase reported in the mining sector.
Residents of Macedonia, Montenegro and Hungary the least keen to live alongside migrants, a Gallup poll shows.
Lomonosov Moscow State University the best ranked university in the CEE/CIS region on new ranking compiled by THE.