BVB officials expect 20 more bond and share issues this year after a surge in interest in the alternative AeRO market.
Timisoara is the first first-tier Romanian city to enter lockdown in 2021, but the number of infections is rising elsewhere in the country.
Brazil-based company Stefanini's operational security centre in Bucharest will work with customers from the entire EMEA region.
Romania's retail sales volume index increased by 1.6% y/y in January amid expectations of an austerity budget for 2021.
Bucharest has already scrapped a deal with China's CGN to expand its nuclear power plant and agreed with the US to exclude "unsafe" companies from 5G auctions.
Austrian lender provisions for COVID-19 downturn but says it does not expect a significant increase in hard defaults after the expiration of debt moratoria in the region.
Public indebtedness increased amid the government's efforts to support the private sector and address the health crisis.
Revenues for the state budget from the sale of the entire 5G frequency spectrum could "easily" exceed €720mn, regulator said.
Different retirement ages for men and women lead to lower pensions for women despite reforms in 2019-2020, says World Bank report.
Hidroelectrica replaced oil and gas group OMV Petrom as the country's most profitable company, reporting a 5% rise in net profit to almost €300mn in 2020.
There were many changes during 2020, but for Romanians it is quite clear that 2021 will not be a year of plenty.
Romania will now have four companies in the FTSE Russell indices following its upgrade to secondary emerging market status last year.
eSales by online fashion sites are gaining on those of major retailers in Europe’s fastest-growing e-commerce market.
Crackdown on democracy and civil society during pandemic accompanied by increase in hate speech by politicians finds ILGA-Europe report.
Largest-ever crowdfunding through Seedblink platform allows Milluu to replicate its business model in Warsaw.
Unemployment growth has been modest and a return to tight labour markets is expected as economies recover from the coronacrisis.
Romania's 2021 budget plans could hardly have been more ambitious after being constrained by the high share of rigid spending in the last few years
In a year marked by a 3.9% GDP contraction, the sector has been one of the few pockets of growth.
BCR and ING Bank significantly improved their forecasts for Romania's 2021 GDP growth.
Romania added €15.6bn to its external debt in 2020, pushing the total up to €125.4bn or 57% of GDP.