Same day gives lira another wobble as central bank throws on another 50bp rate cut.
London-listed Fox Marble is developing world-class marble deposits that have long lain idle in the Western Balkans.
Slovenia has seen a high level of investment by retailers over the last three years, but this is expected to slow as the eurozone crisis bites across the region.
Currency “seems on invisible string attached to 6.00 level,” says one analyst, adding: “When it snaps, dollar-lira is likely to shoot toward May 2019 high at 6.2457.”
Jitters over a combination of negatives and global market dynamics send currency to weakest level since last May.
Foreign investors unnerved by unpredictable and tight controls placed on economy by Erdogan regime are, meanwhile, largely avoiding Turkish sovereign bonds.
Why the world’s sixth-largest banana trader, Slovenian businessman Izet Rastoder, bought up the licences of bankrupt Adria Airways.
Central European carmakers, Polish food producers and Czech brewers are among those expected to be hard hit by Brexit, but until a trade deal between the EU and UK is reached — or not — the extent of the fallout is impossible to predict.