ATHEX: Slide continues for fourth day in succession

Greek stock market investors continued to brace for the worst on Wednesday in the absence of any sign of agreement between Athens and its creditors, with the benchmark chalking up a fourth consecutive day of significant losses. ... More

EBRD becomes Bucharest Stock Exchange shareholder with 4.99 pct stake

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) acquired 4.99 percent of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) shares, amid such circumstances that the BVB is the centre of the Romanian capital market and the largest ... More

EBRD supports development of regional capital markets in Bulgaria, Croatia and FYRMacedonia

SEE Link, a joint stock company established by the Bulgarian, Macedonian and Zagreb stock exchanges has joined forces with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to support the development of regional capital ... More

Cadia Stock Exchange crowd funding platform to be presented in Zagreb

The latest global startup stock exchange platform - Cadia Stock Exchange - is to be launched in April 2014 and presented in Croatian capital Zagreb. The presentation will take place in "I Hotel". The platform is a 24/7 Startup & ... More

Bulgarian Stock Exchange affected by political turmoil - Reports

2013 was a difficult year for the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE), according to BSE-Sofia chair Vasil Simov. The business, trades and stock exchange have been affected by the political turmoil in the country, Simov said at the ... More

Fresh Gorenje shares listed in Ljubljana and Warsaw

The shares of household appliance maker Gorenje that were issued as part of a recent EUR 17m capital increase including investors in Slovenia and Poland will be listed on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange and the Warsaw Stock Exchange ... More

Turkish stocks slide on fallout of corruption probe

Turkish stocks fell further in early trade on Wednesday, depressed by a corruption probe which has heightened political tensions ahead of elections next year. Police detained sons of three ministers along with some prominent ... More

Friday the 13th a bad day for investors

Draft law imposing capital gains tax on all stock transactions, including warrants, impacts on benchmark The controversial bill imposing a capital gains tax from January 1 on stock transactions in addition to the existing ... More

Greek-listed companies' profits up 150.6 pct in Jan-Sept

Greek-listed companies reported a spectacular 150.6 pct increase in after tax earnings in the January-September period this year, totaling 5.797 billion euros, largely reflecting strong results reported by Greek banks, which were ... More

Trading in Bank Shares, Bonds Suspended on Stock Exchange

The Ljubljana Stock Exchange (LJSE) temporarily suspended trading Monday in all shares and junior bonds of Slovenian banks in order to protect investors. It said that "not all conditions for a fair, orderly and efficient trading ... More

Japonica becomes one of the biggest Greek bondholders

Japonica, a US-based investment fund, on Thursday said it was one of the biggest holders of Greek state bonds after completion of a public tender which began in June. Speaking during a teleconference, P. Kazarian -owner of the ... More

Greek bond prices up, on speculation of credit rating upgrade

Speculation over an imminent upgrading of the country's credit rating by Moody's is driving up Greek state bond prices in the domestic electronic secondary bond market on Friday, while 10-year bond yields are down to 9.09 pct ... More

Trans-border trade in BHP Billiton Limited stocks provided by Central Depository

The Romanian Central Depository, the company conducting offsetting-settlement operations for the Stock Exchange transactions registered Australian BHP Billiton Limited stocks in its own system for trans-border trade on June 21, ... More

Greece to begin talks with individual bondholders

Greece’s Finance ministry is setting up a commission to examine the possibilities to compensate individual bond holders from losses suffered after a Greek state bond haircut last year. Ministry sources said that Finance ... More

Eurobank Securities most active firm

Eurobank Securities topped the list of the most active securities firms in the Athens Stock Exchange in November, with a market share of 15.45 pct, followed by National Securities (13.84 pct), Investment Bank of Greece (9.53 ... More

Stock market ends year on December 28 and starts afresh on January 3

The last day of this year when people will be able to trade financial instruments, as well as registry operations, will be December 28 and the first day of next year will be January 3, announced the Bucharest Stock Exchange ... More

Slovenian-Kosovo Pension Fund invests in government bonds

The Slovenian-Kosovo Pension Fund has decided to invest in government bonds. At this month’s auction, the Fund is listed as one of the buyers of bonds issued by the Republic of Kosovo. In a press release, the Fund ... More

Greek stocks continue moving lower

Greek stocks continued moving lower for the third consecutive session in the Athens Stock Exchange on Thursday. The composite index of the market fell 0.72 pct to end at 746.53 points, after rising as much as 767.49 points ... More

New Europe Property Investments starts trading on the BSE

New Europe Property Investments (NEPI) investment fund is in the process of completing a private placing of shares on in Johannesburg and London to the value of EUR 28 million and its shares started trading on the Bucharest Stock ... More

Sofia bourse sparks investor interest, fin min says

The Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) has sparked intense interest and at least six candidates have already held preliminary talks to become strategic investors in the bourse operator, finance minister Simeon Djankov told ... More