Poland needs further reforms to put outperforming economy firmly back on track for sustainable growth, the OECD warns.
Invesco Real Estate, the global real estate investment manager, has acquired two prime shopping centres - Galeria Kazimierz in Krakow, Poland and Queensgate Shopping Centre in Peterborough, UK, together representing a total investment of c.€425m and c.120,000...
Denmark's Danske Bank has reviewed the investment opportunities in Poland.
Nordic universal bank Nordea is divesting its Polish banking, financing and life insurance operations, which are being sold to PKO Bank Polski for €694m.
Research just released by data provider Timetric suggests that Poland's HNWI sector is set to grow substantially until 2017, as volumes show a substantial growth and recovery pattern.
Latest research from DTZ shows Sweden has regained its position as the most liquid European commercial property market, with turnover at about 9% of its invested stock.
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....
Good quality corporate bonds with a very short duration are the best bet in the current investment climate, says Swiss Rock Asset Management.
Poland's foreign minister has said his nation still wishes to join the euro, but only after the countries already using it have solved their significant current problems.
Dr Mark Mobius von Franklin Templeton diskutiert die Prognosen fuer die europäischen Schwellenmärkte.
Expectations of strong economic growth in Central and Eastern Europe have helped private equity funds there gather more assets in six months than they did all last year, bucking a falling trend across the globe.
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 managers of the Guinness Energy Fund are seeking the best way to play rising nergy prices.
Two private market investors with bases in Switzerland are set to boost their Eastern European property fund management operations after Allied Irish Banks agreed to sell its Polish property fund subsidiary and interests in two regional funds.