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26Oct2015

Dean Mikolič, Managing Director of P&S CAPITAL, comments on Center Naložbe company case, which was published in business publications Finance and Dnevnik. Full articles are available here: Dnevnik, Finance

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26Oct2015

The IMF, European Commission and World Bank decided to give Romania additional EUR 2,2 billion in total from IMF and European Union to help the country go through its recession. So far Romania already received…

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26Oct2015

According to the statement released on the 8th of August 2010 the National bank of Ukraine cut the key interest rate to 7,75% to boost lending to companies and spur economic activity. Since June 2004…

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26Oct2015

Sofia (Bulgaria), August 10 – President of the World Bank Robert Zoellick and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov signed a memorandum to boost cooperation in the development of Bulgaria’s infrastructure. It is of crucial importance…

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26Oct2015

BUCHAREST (Romania), July 30 – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is expected to revise its forecast for the 2010 contraction of Romania’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to 1.7%-1.9% from the 0.5% projected earlier.   The…

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26Oct2015

Ukrainian economy has begun to recover as market confidence and capital flows returned after the presidential elections and authorities began to implement structural reforms, finds the latest economic review of the European Bank for Reconstruction…

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26Oct2015

The yield on Slovenian ten-year bonds has slipped below 2%, a new record-low since Slovenia joined the eurozone in 2007. Yield dropped to 1.98% on the MTS electronic exchange on 1/5/2015. The pressure on Slovenian…

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26Oct2015

Rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has changed its outlook for Slovenia from negative to stable, while affirming the country’s long-term and short-term sovereign credit ratings at A-/A-2. S&P has also upgraded its economic growth…

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26Oct2015

The sustained political and war problems in Ukraine and the weak recovery in the EU still pose potential threats for the economies in the region, and implicitly for Romania, via the impact on exports. Nevertheless,…

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26Oct2015

18 May 2010 – S&P on Monday lifted the foreign-currency sovereign credit ratings on Ukraine to B/B, from B-/C, and the local-currency ratings to B+/B, from B/B, citing its commitment to economic stability and improving…

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