Zoran Zaev strikes tentative deal with Athens on new name for his country that will enable Skopje to progress towards EU and Nato membership, but convincing the Macedonian population to accept the new name will be difficult.
First summit in 15 years intended to demonstrate the EU’s commitment to the region, which has been neglected for years, allowing rival powers to extend their influence.
Private medical sector is booming as employers in Romania's tight labour market use healthcare and other benefits to attract and retain workers.
Ukraine and Turkey are part of the “vulnerable” three most at risk to US tightening along with Argentina, Fitch said in a note on May 16.
Zaev says the case brought against him when he was opposition leader was politically motivated and aimed at preventing him from releasing explosive evidence of crime and corruption among former top officials.
Focus now turns to whether US regulators will heavily fine state-owned Halkbank.
Parliament has been asked to approved acquisitions of 16 fighter jets and 150 armoured vehicles after defence budget was hiked to 4.2% of GDP this year.
Sofia will seek a strategic investor to build the country's second nuclear power plant, a project that opposition politicians argue will seriously threaten Bulgaria’s economic stability.
Investors puzzled why president came to London and told them “exactly what they did not want to hear”.
Power struggle to ensue within Romania’s ruling coalition if Liviu Dragnea gets jail sentence in case concerning fake jobs for party workers.
Turkish president’s “market unfriendly” interview sends lira hurtling to fresh lows beyond 4.50/dollar.
President’s remarks cast doubt on central bank’s credibility causing markets to punish the currency by driving it close to an unprecedented 4.50 to the dollar.
Visit to Nagorno-Karabakh by Nikol Pashinian just one day into his tenure did not go down well with Azerbaijan.
New hope for monetary tightening on news of meeting between central bank governor and regulators.
Investors buy into hope that the president will back emergency pre-election tightening despite his calls for cheaper money.
Trump's nuclear deal exit piles pressure on already exposed currency and shares with Turkey vulnerable to sanctions impact on Iran's energy exports.
Speculation persists, however, that if race is pushed into run-off he will make way for challenge of Meral Aksener.
Rout takes currency to yet another record low, tightening may be needed to anchor assets.
Troubling inflation data pushes lira to another all-time low, talk grows that the devaluation could determine upcoming snap election.
CPI jumps to 10.85% in April causing currency to slide to 4.2487 against the dollar as Turkey’s economic troubles mount.