Emerging market currencies are under pressure as a surging dollar, higher US bond yields and strength in crude oil prices, are fuelling bets that central banks from India to Mexico will raise interest rates faster than economists anticipated.
The euro is set on Friday for its fifth successive weekly decline versus the dollar, in what would be a first for the currency since 2015, as investors continue to keep a close eye on the political situation in Italy, euro zone’s third-largest
In September last year, index provider FTSE Russell announced the upgrade of Poland’s market status from emerging to developed as part of the September 2017 FTSE Country Classification annual review of markets.
The Budapest Stock Exchange [BSE] signed a Cooperation Agreement with one of the largest stock exchanges of the world, the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Rosneft, Russia's biggest oil producer, plans to undertake a number of initiatives in order to boost its appeal to investors and reduce its debt, including a $2bn share buyback program running from the second quarter of 2018 to 2020.
European shares edge higher on Friday, setting the benchmark index on track for its longest winning streak in terms of weekly gains since last September.
Bank of England (BOE) Governor Mark Carney took markets by surprise after casting doubt on another interest rate hike in May. Speaking to BBC News on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund meetings in Washington on Thursday, the BOE
Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) reported a 12.4 percent growth rate at the end of the first quarter this year for BET Index, the main index including the most traded 13 companies listed of the local market, after it reached a peak of 8,816 poin
US President Donald Trump said the U.S.