As the first snow arrives in Russia maybe it is no wonder the latest Ivanov Consumer Confidence Index shows Russian are feeling increasingly glum about their lives.
Armenia's shift towards a parliamentary model looks set to entrench the dominance of President Serzh Sargsyan’s Republican Party.
While Ukraine's economy lies in disarray, it aims to use its vast grain harvest to become a global breadbasket, much as the republic used to feed the Soviet Union.
Russian corporates hope they are leaving bond purgatory after mining giant Norilsk Nickel sells the first benchmark-sized bond in 11 months.
Two years ago, Ukraine's braided "gas princess" Yulia Tymoshenko was in jail and written off as a political force. Now she's back to challenge President Petro Poroshenko and riding a wave of popular support.
Romania’s property restitution fund is pressing the government to accelerate the country’s sluggish privatisation process by moving forward with several initial public offerings and strategic sales.
The way ENA's sale was carried out raises fears the government has something to hide and is merely delaying dealing with a problem that sparked huge protests this summer.
In the last week of September footfall in Russian shopping malls increased for the first time in a month, according to data compiled by Watcom.
Colliers International, a real estate company that sent the Moscow cityscape skybound, offers some insights into surviving and thriving in a harsh economic climate and "not wasting a crisis".