NasdaqOMX, the operator of the Stockholm Stock Exchange, has been reported in local media as eyeing up a move of staff to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, although the company has moved to dampen speculation about the numbers affected. Swedish business daily Dagens Industri has suggested up to 100 positions could be shifted away from […]
As sovereign yields in Europe continue to slide to unprecedented lows, many investors have become sceptical on whether value can still be found on the continent. However, by looking further afield than the more common peripheral names such as Spain and Italy, we at T. Rowe Price have found a number of outposts still offering […]
East Capital has selected three outstanding companies in Eastern Europe for its annual East Capital Awards.
Estonia’s gross debt/GDP ratio of 6.1% is the lowest of all European countries covered by the latest publication of official Eurostat figures – but the stricken economies of Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Greece are still still well off the eurozone and EU 27 averages.
Stockholm-based manager East Capital has made one of the biggest property transactions in the Baltics since 2010 as part of the launch of its second Baltic Property Fund.
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.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange, National Depository for Securities and Polish Ministry of Treasury have launched a roadshow across CEE and Israel promoting Warsaw as a financial centre, particularly for initial public offerings.
The Baltic International Bank has joined with financial experts to publish its first semi-annual list of the ‘TOP 21’ factors affecting investors in the CIS/Baltic States region.