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 Russia's finance ministry is likely to see a higher inflow of foreign currency in November, but that will have no impact on the currency market for now, a Reuters survey showed on Friday.
MOSCOW The United States is likely to impose sanctions on holdings of new Russian sovereign debt but Moscow's own budget rules make Kremlin finances more resilient to even harsher restrictions, Moody's Senior Vice President Kristin Lindow said.
MOSCOW Russia's finance ministry is likely to see a higher inflow of foreign currency in October, but that will have no impact on the currency market for now, a Reuters survey forecast on Tuesday.
MOSCOW Russia's central bank will keep its main interest rate at 7.50 percent until the end of the third quarter of 2019, with international risks such as any more sanctions seen as the biggest threat to the economic outlook, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.
MOSCOW The Russian central bank will need to postpone a plan to cut rates due to new U.S. sanctions against Moscow seen taking toll on inflation and the rouble, a monthly Reuters poll of 20 analysts and economists showed on Friday.
MOSCOW Russia's stock market is likely to remain under pressure this year from U.S. sanctions and global trade conflict that could hit other emerging markets, a Reuters poll found.
MOSCOW Russian inflation is likely to climb above previously expected levels, providing the central bank with no room to cut interest rates this year, a monthly Reuters poll of 25 analysts and economists showed on Tuesday.
MOSCOW The chances of the Russian central bank trimming its interest rate in June have fallen in the past month as expectations of higher consumer price inflation during the World Cup have grown, a monthly Reuters poll of 20 analysts and economists showed.
MOSCOW Russia's stock market could hit record highs later this year, recovering levels seen before the latest round of U.S. sanctions, a Reuters poll found.