July 20, 2014

Worldwide stocks market hit by MH17 crash
Jul 20, 2014

Worldwide stocks market hit by MH17 crash.
European shares edged lower at the end of last week, weighed down by geopolitical risks in the aftermath of the MH17 Malaysian Airlines crash over eastern Ukraine. Investors reacted with caution to the uncertainty over how the downing of the jetliner would impact the ongoing conflict between (...)
[Read the article in Nine O`Clock]

Transactions On Romania's Forex Market Down To EUR284B In Jan-Sept The volume of transactions on the Bucharest forex market dropped 7% in the first nine months to EUR284 billion or a daily average of EUR1.5 billion, as a result of the lack of foreign currency in the banking system and the low appetite of non-residents for leu-denominated (...)

NEPI Seeks To Raise EUR80M Capital To Invest In Romania And Serbia South-African investment fund New Europe Property Investment (NEP.RO) seeks to raise EUR80 million through the issue of new shares to finance the acquisition of retail centers Aurora Shopping Mall Buzau and Alba Iulia Strip Mall in Romania, a shopping mall in Serbia, and other (...)

FDI Stock Up 22% In Romania In 2008-2013 Foreign direct investment stock rose by 22% or EUR11.1 billion to almost EUR60 billion between 2008 and 2013, despite a very low growth rate last year.

System developed by Romanians secures customs around the world, except at home Over 60 customs around the world are secured with the help of a system developed by Romanian IT specialists. Countries such as UK, Switzerland and Germany are using the system developed by several Romanians, but ironically, Romania does not use this system, reports Programmers from (...)

Bucharest Stocks Open Higher On Low Traded Values The Bucharest stock market opened higher Wednesday, with nearly 2/3 of the traded value, totaling 4.44 million lei (EUR1 million), covered by trades with Fondul Proprietatea (FP.RO).

Ford Still Plans To Add A Second Model To Craiova Plant, Won't Say When Ford assembled 43,300 cars in Craiova in the first nine months, 26% fewer than in the year-ago period, because the plant halted production on a number of days due to the decline in European demand.

Expat takes helm of household appliance producer after Romanian GM promoted internationally Hasan Ali Yardimci is the new general manager of Arctic, one of the largest household appliance producers in Romania, starting with October this year. Yardimci replaced Monica Iavorschi, who has been promoted international marketing director within the group that owns Arctic, Ar├želik Group. (...) : all romanian news. Copyright © DIRECTWAY | RSS Romaniapress NEWSNews RSS |