The coming six months in Turkey are likely to be considerably quieter than the previous six, and the following six months. The relatively tranquility, however, could turn out to be the calm before the storm.
While last year’s sell-off was about the “fragile five” group of economies in various EM regions, the next bout of turmoil – which has already begun to some extent – is likely to centre around Emerging Europe.
Poland's dalliance with forex mortgages, especially those in Swiss francs, continues to cast a pall over the banking system as worries grow about the rising strength of the franc due to political turmoil in Europe.
President Poroshenko openly called on the US to supply Ukraine with arms in an address to Congress. There’s one problem with the growing consensus, however: military assistance to Ukraine won’t solve anything.
Yandex.Taxi leads the pack of professional online yellow cab companies that have appeared in Moscow and St Petersburg over the last four years.
The fallout continues after the arrest of Vladimir Yevtushenkov, owner of Russia's largest mobile operator, with revelations the state could demand $4bn cash from his holding company Sistema, as well as oil firm Bashneft.
Romania almost doubled electricity exports in the first half of 2014, as Bucharest seeks to take advantage of power deficits elsewhere in Southeast Europe to establish the country as a regional energy hub.
The EBRD has slightly revised down its growth forecasts for CEE/CIS, warning that the Ukraine crisis could have a long-lasting effect on the region.