Tag Archives: Russia

GUEST POST: How to determine whether Gazprom is a good or bad investment

By Nick Hubble, Editor at Southbank Investment Research, a publishing company in London specialising in investment, market trends and technology.* Gazprom is listed on various stockmarkets and trades at an extraordinary discount to its value. The reason is simple: the unpredictable conflicts between Russia and its geopolitical adversaries. Continue Reading

Sberbank joins Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

By Andrei Skvarsky. Sberbank, Russia’s biggest lender, has become the country’s first bank to join the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), a nonprofit whose purpose is to coordinate the engineering of an open-source reference standard and a version of the Ethereum blockchain that can address the common interests of firms in a wide range of industries. Continue Reading

GUEST POST: This is why cryptocurrencies are worth investing in

By Dan Miller, payments officer in the Australian banking sector and contributor to Bizzmark Blog, a business journalism website. During the last 100 years, it became more than evident that occasional market crashes seem to be something that happens fairly regularly in a system controlled by central banks. Because of this, more and more economists speculate… Continue Reading

GUEST POST: Introducing bitcoin for SME payments – 7 tips

GUEST POST: Introducing bitcoin for SME payments – 7 tips By Mark Thomasson, business developer at Invoicebus, an online invoicing service based in Macedonia. Making payments on time and without any friction is one of the key elements in the world of business. As the power of the Internet is spreading to various fields, owners… Continue Reading

Moscow Exchange happy with its 2016 record

By Andrei Skvarsky. Moscow Exchange, the company managing Russia’s main securities, money and precious metals exchange, has expressed satisfaction with its own corporate performance last year and with the volumes of trade it hosted in 2016. Continue Reading

Ukraine central bank asks police to shield sanctioned Russian-controlled banks from riots

By Andrei Skvarsky. The Ukrainian central bank has urged the police to make nationalist rioters stop forcibly disrupting the business of Ukrainian outlets of Russian state-controlled banks that have had sanctions imposed on them by Kiev for alleged support for Ukraine’s Moscow-backed separatist industrial east, and to prevent them from vandalising the lenders’ offices. Continue Reading