Fears of the rising populism in Italy are fuelling the anticipation of an Itexit referendum in Italy following Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s defeat in Sunday’s referendum and his subsequent resignation.
The Chinese service sector Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), measuring company orders, soared to the highest level seen in over a year and surpassed 53 in November, the Caixin financial news organization said Monday.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble urged Greece to implement reforms, which had been agreed by the European Union and Greek authorities.
By conducting trade with China, Iran and Russia in local currencies, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants to strengthen the Turkish lira and stimulate more trade with Eurasia, Sumru Altug, Professor of Economics at Koc University in Istanbul, told Radio Sputnik.
Russia's efforts were key to getting the OPEC cartel to reach last week's agreement, and included Russian President Vladimir Putin's meetings with his counterparts in Saudi Arabia and Iran, the Russian newspaper Vzglyad reported.
UK payments to the European Union, in return for access to the European Single Market, need not be large after the country's exit from the European bloc, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday.
Crimea is expecting to welcome a delegation of businessmen from Germany's Bavaria.
The president of Azerbaijan called for winning foreign markets.
Russia and Japan are expected to sign a deal to form a joint investment fund worth some $910 million during President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Japan this month.
The Bank of Russia refuted media reports it had lost over $31 million in a hacking attack.
The Bank of Korea on Thursday announced that it will focus efforts on eliminating coins and becoming a cashless society by 2020, Financial Times reports.
Obama issued an executive order prohibiting a German subsidiary of China's Fujian Grand Chip Investment Fund to buy US part of the technology firm Aixtron.
Christine Lagarde stated that the US dollar is likely to grow stronger over the next few years.
The extension of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC) recently struck deal by another six months depends on Washington’s decision to increase oil production to replace the global oil demand, Andy Brogan, Ernst & Young’s Global Oil & Gas Transactions Leader, told Sputnik on Friday.
Russia's Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) plans to draw on some 238.4 billion rubles ($3.7 billion) in funds by additionally raising its share capital, the company said Friday.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) by its policies is countering the rise of economically ineffective protectionism in the global trade, Minister for Trade of the Eurasian Economic Commission Veronika Nikishina told Sputnik on Friday.
Inflation in Russia has dropped to 6 percent, according to the governor of the bank of Russia.
The Russian Finance Ministry did not use Reserve Fund money in November to finance the budget deficit, the ministry said in a statement Friday.
Whereas Finland righteously prides itself in its almost non-existent corruption and a high level of press freedom, Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipilä landed in trouble for alleged nepotism and attempting to silence state media. Despite the media row, Sipilä was nevertheless awarded the Order of the White Rose, which is a high national decoration.
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