Tom Dawson, external relations director oversees the latest press briefing
The Russian government’s decisive moves in annexing Crimea and fomenting unrest in the Ukraine have fuelled fears among neighbouring states with large Russian-speaking populations
Having avoided bail-outs and abanking sector collapse last year, Slovenia faces a new crisis — this time a political one following the resignation of prime minister Alenka Bratusek. The biggest impact could be on much-needed economic reform
The EBRD is set to publish a gloomy economic forecast as analysts grow increasingly gloomy over the scale of the impact of the Ukraine crisis on the global economy
Ukraine is pricing a five year $1bn US government guaranteed bond
Franklin Templeton is betting heavily on Ukraine’s ability to avoid full scale civil war, holding $7.6bn of the country’s bonds
The EBRD will take on Libya as a member this week but analysts are warning that the multilateral may be biting off more than it can chew
Because in the eurozone there is no political process to decide how the cost of adjustment should be shared out, there is now a breakdown of trust between different countries.
Stephen King, chief economist, HSBC
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