Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in remarks published he hoped key talks with international creditors would yield a "happy ending".
Experts share their views on the possible implications of devaluation of the tenge for Kazakhstani banks.
Kazakhstanis are now increasingly relying on services of microfinance organisations due to the shortage of tenge in banks.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is establishing a fund to help Eastern European states resist pressure from Russia, several media outlets reported.
Britain's coalition government will deliver a highly political budget Wednesday that will set the stage for a knife-edge election battle in 50 days' time.
34-year old Kazakh businessman Kenes Rakishev becomes one of KKB's major shareholders as part of the ongoing integration KKB and BTA banks.
The French economy, the second largest in the eurozone, remained stuck in deflation in February, according to official figures published.
Profits of Kazakhstan's largest oil production company fall in 2014.
Chairman of one of Kazakhstani banks says that the tenge deficit in Kazakhstan is created artificially.
India said it would spend $137 billion to modernise its crumbling railways, pledging to end a vicious cycle of under-investment.
Moody's cut Russia's debt rating by one notch into 'junk' territory, saying the Ukraine crisis and the fall in oil prices and the ruble will further undermine Russia's economy.
Greece was expected to bid for extra debt crisis aid from the EU without strings attached, ahead of a closely-watched ECB meeting on the country's emergency funds.
Eurozone ministers have handed Greece an ultimatum to request an extension to its bailout programme after crunch talks collapsed.
Millions of tourists in Paris will be able to shop all-week long if French MPs pass a controversial set of reforms seen as vital to unblock its stuttering economy.
Greece goes into talks with its eurozone partners demanding changes to a massive international bailout.
Governor of the National Bank of Kazakhstan Kairat Kelimbetov speaks about the state of the financial market in Kazakhstan and what the government will do about it.
The Taxation Department of Karaganda Oblast has began a check to confirm the outstanding debt of Kazakhstan tax authorities to ArcelorMittal Temirtau.
With the coming of February Kazakhstan's population and businesses were holding their breaths waiting for the National Bank's next move on the tenge. Is devaluation inevitable and how bad can it be? Kazakhstani experts Olzhas Khudaiberganov and Anuar Ushbayev say they have a plan.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde urged the Group of 20 major economies to fulfill their pledges to revive the faltering global economy.
Greece's finance minister faced criticism and a stern reminder of his commitments to his EU partners.
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