Europe

Greece’s Explosive Election Odyssey

Greek stocks up 30% on the MSCI Index through mid-year continued to surge after Prime Minister Tsipras’ snap election maneuver ...

Central Europe’s Strained Strongman Sensibilities

Central Europe stock markets were unsettled through May, amid a raft of popular protests and backlash against insider dealings and ...

Ukraine’s Sincere Gnawing Inauguration

Ukraine stocks and bonds, after a bump on former comedian Zelenskiy’s resounding 75% presidential election haul, girded for a rough ...

Ukraine’s Comedy Candidate Cringe

Ukraine shares struggled to stay positive on the MSCI frontier before the first round of presidential elections, where a well-known ...

Poland’s Flourishing Family Feuds

Polish financial assets continued to lag double-digit index bumps elsewhere, as the ruling Law and Justice Party with 40% opinion ...

Turkey’s Whirling Word War Backfires

After a Europe worst MSCI index 40% loss last year, Turkey stocks looking for a bottom bounce were caught in ...

Russia-Ukraine’s Brooding Border Clashes

Russia and Ukraine stock market relative outperformance on the respective MSCI core and frontier indices was in play as a ...

Bulgaria’s Euro Ambition Ambit

Bulgarian stocks showed losses on the MSCI Index through the third quarter along with other East European and Balkans markets, ...

The EU’s Dabbling Direct Investment Detours

With mixed stock market performance among the eighteen new and prospective EU members as Western Balkan candidates prepare applications, an ...

Greece’s Grating Graduation Ceremony

Greek share performance remained above the Europe average into August, the date for final exit from almost EUR 300 billion ...

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