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Gold, silver and copper miner in difficulty as Moscow has listed Jersey, where it is headquartered, as an “unfriendly country”.
Move might enable gold and silver miner to carve out its Russian business.
Peter O'Brien, chief financial officer of Russia’s largest petrochemical company Sibur, has left the company as sanctions decimate the ranks of Russia’s foreign executives, bne IntelliNews can reveal.
The flow of board directors leaving Russian companies has increased in recent days, with Steel giant Evraz and supermarket chain Lenta losing swathes of directors.
American investment in Russia remains systemically significant across a range of sectors. New figures show that it increased last year, in spite of growing tensions.
Across three decades fabulous riches were secured at home and offshore in oil, gas, metals, banking and luxury property.
New CEO Ladislav Bartonicek is reported to be selling Home Credit Russia as part of the investment group's shift to more mature markets.
Sistema's Mobile TeleSystems mobile operator has been building up strong banking and fintech verticals after the incorporation of MTS Bank.
London-listed Adriatic Metals owns the Vares silver project in Bosnia and the Raska zinc deposit in Serbia.
Russia's equity markets have crashed after oil prices fell by more than 50%. This is the fifth time that has happened and in every previous case the equity market has rallied strongly over the next six months.
Polymetal is hoping to raise green financing for four projects including the construction of a solar power plant and the reduction of water consumption at its deposits which need total investment of $60mn-$70mn within the next three years.
Russia’s summer dividend season is approaching and for those investors brave enough to remain in Russian stocks, the best paying dividend stocks have also proven the most crisis-resistant in recent years.
Most of Russia’s blue chips were caught up in the slow-building maelstrom as investors started reacting to the sanctions on some of Russia’s biggest tycoons, but companies belonging to metals magnate Oleg Deripaska were in the front line.
Spring is coming, when investors start to think about Russian dividend stock again. Over the last five years companies that pay high dividends have been a no-brainer investment, easily outperforming the wider market.
Who were the owners of Russia's Otkritie bank and what where the deals that got it into so much trouble?
Our look at which business leaders really matter in each CEE/CIS country, ranked by our correspondents not just on wealth but on influence.
Stocks and bonds could rally on hopes that doing business with Russia will become easier and cheaper.
Russian London-listed Polymetal International has acquired the Komarovskoye gold field from Kazzinc, a subsidiary of Glencore, in Kazakhstan.
Leading Russian gold-producer Polymetal has seen its shares rally strongly since August 2015 as a combination of the benefits of the ruble devaluation and a rise in the gold price lifted the share price by 70%.