Some analysts argue figures signal inflation is nearing its peak and that the central bank could join its Czech counterpart and end the tightening cycle in September.
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Support for nuclear power has surged in Germany as the government ponders how to keep the lights and heating on this winter while meeting demand from industry, despite likely vastly Read More
Russian gas has been remarkably popular in Europe over the past decade, with its share of demand rising as high as 39% (including sales of both …
Russia’s gross international reserves were up by $3.6bn in a week to $571.2bn, at the same time as individuals are buying record amounts of foreign currency.
Up to a fifth of Turks appear to have invested in digital money in the past two years.
Obsessing about sports, building bridges and speaking up for China. This and more in Eurasianet’s weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
The Kremlin has now banned companies in the financial, fuel and energy sectors from leaving the country.
Russian supply woes have driven European gas prices to previously unimaginable levels, but why are electricity prices so high?
52% of Russians support continuing the war against Ukraine, whereas 38% of respondents to a new poll by the Russian Field sociological agency were in favour of moving to peace Read More
A huge explosion rocked a Russian airbase in the Crimea in what may have been the first Ukrainian missile strike deep in the occupied peninsula on August 9.