President Vladimir Putin called on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to lend an additional $3 billion to Ukraine to help the ex-Soviet country pay off its debt to Russia.
OPEC is confident that the oil market will be "more balanced" next year as non-OPEC production has contracted and global demand is increasing.
Governor of the National Bank of Kazakhstan Kairat Kelimbetov sees the current tenge exchange rate as adequate under the circumstances.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned Russia that Ankara has alternatives to Moscow for building its first nuclear power plant and importing gas, as tensions rise over the Russian bombing campaign in Syria.
The government of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras survived a no-confidence vote, bolstering the left-wing leader as he gets down to implementing reforms demanded by creditors.
The hulking Soviet-era mineral refinery in Pikalyovo, one of Russia's hundreds of factory towns hit by a crippling economic crisis, has been a blessing, and at times a curse, for a place dependent on a single industry.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged German companies to do business in India and promised tax and other economic reforms, on the final day of Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit.
The European Commission warned Spain to scale back government overspending that is in violation of EU budget rules or risk an embarrassing reprimand ahead of December elections.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper praised a "historic" accord creating the world's largest free trade area, saying access to Japan would be a boon for Canadian farmers and resource sectors.
The National Bank of Kazakhstan has revised the base interest rate raising from 12 to 16 percent in order to curb inflation in Kazakhstan.
Angela Merkel began a mission to clear the path for German companies keen to do business in India, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks to the European powerhouse to help revive its economy.
British finance minister George Osborne is to announce a new cross-party body to reform and speed up planning of major infrastructure projects such as rail links and power stations.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff ordered a government reshuffle, axing eight ministries in what was announced as a cost-cutting measure but seemed aimed at ending political paralysis.
Bankruptcy is the only solution for Russia's second largest airline Transaero after state-controlled Aeroflot backed out of purchasing the debt-laden carrier.
German auto giant Volkswagen shifted up a gear in its plans to recall millions of cars fitted with pollution-cheating software as it boosted efforts to find the masterminds behind the scam.
The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, does not enjoy paying taxes and made that clear at a conference in Washington.
ADB lowered its forecast for Kazakhstan's economic growth expecting a decrease in private consumption in response to higher import prices and diminished private investment.
Yahoo notified US regulators that it is proceeding with plans to spin off its multi-billion-dollar stake in Alibaba despite the unanswered question of what the tax bill could be.
The impact of China's economic slowdown on the global economy is bigger than previously thought, the head of the International Monetary Fund said.
Kazakhstan's credit rating remains at BBB with a negative outlook, according to S&P's latest report.
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