Duo accused of attempting to undermine the economic stability of Turkey, the world’s biggest jailer of journalists for three straight years.
Russia’s leading dollar denominated Russia Trading System (RTS) has surged by just over a quarter YTD as of June 14. Stocks are now trading at a levels above where they were when sanctions were imposed following the annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Law allowing parliament to remove the head of Latvia's financial regulator was passed after a series of scandals that put Riga under pressure to clean up its banking sector.
Russia has suspended allocation of loans to Belarus for a total amount of $600mn, according to Belarusian Finance Minister Maksim Yermolovich.
The combined revenues of the hundred most successful Czech companies topped CZK3bn (€116.5mn) for the first time ever in 2018 after their profits increased by 12.3% year-on-year to CZK210bn (€8.2bn), the Czech News Agency reported on June 11.
Bond issued shortly after Fitch raised Croatia to investment grade was 3.7 times oversubscribed.
Thousands-strong crowds greet the entry of fast fashion giant Primark to Slovenia, as it lines up retail space for future openings in Poland and the Czech Republic.
Search on for state actor possibly behind latest mysterious Gulf of Oman incidents. Iranian supreme leader, meanwhile, tells visiting Japanese PM he’s no message for ‘unworthy’ Trump. Day ends with US State Sec. Pompeo blaming Iran for attacks.
Toxic toxic sulphur oxides emitted by cruise ships exceed the entire emissions from Croatia's car fleet by a staggering 189.6 times, a new report from Transport & Environment has revealed.
Iranians must “play a constructive role in strengthening peace and stability in the Middle East” Japanese PM tells Tehran press call.
First-week sales were the highest of all government securities ever, as retail investors bought €1.6bn of the five-year Map Plus government bond.
The Constitutional Court of Ukraine has started hearings on a lawsuit challenging the nation's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s decree on the nation's parliament's dissolution and his call for early parliamentary elections.
The prime ministers of Albania and North Macedonia are engaged in last ditch attempts to secure the go ahead for the start of accession negotiations at the European Council meeting later this month.
Leaked letter from finance minister warns money to pay public sector salaries may run out before the end of the year.
Rival governments are installed in the government and parliament buildings in Chisinau. The situation remains calm, with the two sides consolidating their positions ahead of a possible confrontation.
After a string of raids and investigations, businessman Laszlo Bige says he suspects revenge by the competition and in particular one person — but he didn't name names.
As observers assess whether the June 12 ceremony for ‘pre-determined’ winner will spark renewed protests, Kazakhstan is accused of “scant respect for democratic standards”.
Market conditions good as Ukraine’s Finance Ministry gets ready to offer a euro-denominated Eurobond
Hidden camera footage said to show officials stuffing ballot box. One polling station accused of turning off lights to thwart election observers. Activists behind Wake Up, Qazaqstan campaign hindered by blocked internet, social media services.
President Ilir Meta announced he is cancelling June 30 local elections, triggering a constitutional crisis.