Russian natural gas giant Gazprom sold 3.59% of its quasi-treasury shares at RUB220.7 per share, making a sizable 13% discount to market. Notably, the buyer of the stake is not disclosed, making it the second mystery SPO this year in Russia's largest
Russian state nuclear power agency Rosatom is planning a massive expansion in the maritime shipping market with an investment of up to $7bn
Leading Russian fund Baring Vostok has cancelled plans to raise a sixth fund that could have been worth $1.3bn, as five of its senior managers face fraud changes and three of them languish in prison.
Vucic says “no logic” to spy affair that surfaced days before his visit to Moscow, given warm relations between two states.
If humanity completely abandons hydrocarbons in the energy sector it will “end up in caves”, Russian President Vladimir Putin told delegates at the VTB Russia Calling investment summit.
The European Union has joined the chorus of critics of the November 17 elections in the lower chamber of parliament in Belarus, which are widely believed to be rubber-stamped by the nation's authorities.
Budapest seeks to delay repayment of Russian loan for nuclear power plant expansion as new units now not expected to be up and running before 2030.
Russia's largest bank Sberbank will sell the "golden share" in the internet major Yandex for €1, Vedomosti and RBC business portal reported on November 19 citing the announcement of the bank.
Changes at the Russian internet giant were intended to allay the state’s fears that a “strategically important” technology company will fall under the control of foreign powers.
Russia’s oldest and largest tour operator Intourist is planning an IPO, after Anex Tour owner Neşet Koçkar completes a buyout of its shares from troubled Thomas Cook.
The owners of the largest car dealer in Russia Rolf are looking for buyers for 100% in the company, Vedomosti daily reported on November 14 citing the founder of the dealer Sergei Petrov.