The global financial crisis has put a brake on the integration of central and eastern European economies into the European Union, but growth drivers remain intact and innovation is needed to re-start the process, according to a report from Eerste Group....
Renaissance Asset Managers (RAM) has appointed Mark Robinson, a Prague-based consultant, as head of research.
Raiffeisen Capital Management's latest monthly emerging markets report suggests that China is in a position of relative stability compared to most other peers, which are reporting slowing economic growth.
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The Federation of European Independent Financial Advisors has announced a series of master classes for its European members.
The UK chancellor, George Osborne, is taking legal action against the EU over plans to give a pan-European supervisor far-reaching powers to ban or limit the short-selling of financial products, the Financial Times reports.
The Czech National Bank (CNB) has expressed concern over the balance of power between national supervisors and the European Securities and Markets Authority (Esma).
Eastern Europe has managed to improve its economic fundamentals since the economic slump in 2008. Yet investors remain skittish and fear that the crisis in the eurozone might spill over to Emerging Europe.
Marcus Svedberg, chief economist for Swedish asset manager East Capital, says there is a pricing anomoly between the premiums on bonds and the discounts on equities in the CEE region.
Emerging markets were caught up in the global equity rout over the third quarter. But was this a justified correction or has indiscriminate selling created compelling valuation opportunities?