MOSCOW Russia's central bank is considering asking banks and major companies to tell it in advance about foreign exchange deals that could affect the value of the rouble, three financial markets sources told Reuters.
MOSCOW Russia's stock market will post small gains by the end of this year in the absence of more Western sanctions, but the theme of penalties and global trade conflict are likely to dominate the mood next year, a Reuters poll found.
MOSCOW, Nov 27 Russia raised 1 billion euros
($1.13 billion) with a yield of 3.0 percent on Tuesday with the
sale of its first euro-denominated Eurobond in five years, the
Finance Ministry confirmed, despite an escalation of tensions
MOSCOW, Nov 1 Russia's largest lender Sberbank
has posted a record-high quarterly profit on Thursday
for the turbulent third quarter, beating market expectations
although the pace of profit growth declined.
MOSCOW The Russian central bank is likely to hold rates or raise them only marginally over the next year, taking its time to assess the inflation pattern and weigh the risk of further sanctions against Moscow, a Reuters monthly poll showed on Wednesday.
MOSCOW, Oct 31 Doing business in Russia became
easier again over the past year, but the country needs to deal
better with protecting minority investors and regulating
corporate responsibility, the World Bank said on Wednesday.
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MOSCOW, Oct 26 The Russian central bank kept its
key interest rate unchanged at 7.5 percent on Friday but said it
would study whether rate rises are needed to address risks to
its inflation target and to financial stability.
MOSCOW The Kremlin said on Friday a likeness between a Russian intelligence colonel and a suspect in the Skripal poisoning case does not prove they are the same person, comparing the resemblance to that of impersonators posing as Lenin.
MOSCOW The finance ministry in Moscow does not believe U.S. sanctions against Russian state debt are inevitable, and sees no imminent need to intervene in the bond market to support it, a senior ministry official said.