MOSCOW A Russian government reshuffle that brought in a new first deputy prime minister and a new economy minister is an attempt by President Vladimir Putin to secure his economic legacy, say two sources close to the government, but it also carries risks.
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MOSCOW The Russian central bank is developing new criteria for a maximum debt level for domestic companies to prevent any possible systemic risk at an early stage, Elizaveta Danilova, head of the bank's financial stability department, told Reuters.
MOSCOW, Dec 26 The Russian central bank is
developing new criteria for a maximum debt level for domestic
companies to prevent any possible systemic risk at an early
stage, Elizaveta Danilova, head of the bank's financial
stability department, told Reuters.
MOSCOW Economic growth in Russia is set to gather pace in 2020 along with consumer inflation as the central bank completes its cycle of interest rate cuts in the first quarter of the year, a monthly Reuters poll showed on Tuesday.
MOSCOW A gunman opened fire on the headquarters of Russia's FSB security service in central Moscow on Thursday evening in a rare shooting incident that the FSB said had left at least one of its employees dead. | Video
MOSCOW The Russian central bank lowered its key interest rate to 6.25% on Friday amid slowing inflation and said further rate reductions in the first half of 2020 looked possible but not imminent.
MOSCOW The Russian central bank is expected to cut its key interest rate on Friday for the fifth time this year as consumer inflation has slipped below its target and is on track to fall further, a Reuters poll showed on Monday.
MOSCOW, Dec 4 Economic growth in Russia will be
higher than expected in 2019 and is likely to pick up in the
next few years thanks partly to higher state spending and looser
monetary policy, the World Bank said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW, Dec 3 Millions of Russians will have to
take a test to prove they understand financial markets if they
want to carry on trading foreign stocks, under a central bank
plan aimed at stemming potentially heavy losses among retail