15:45, — Economics
Today it has become known that Lukashenka had left Moscow empty-handed.
14:45, — Economics
The new decision of the Customs Committee will make Belarusians go to Russia on shopping trips.
8:54, — Economics
The issue of a loan to Minsk was not discussed in Moscow.
10:43, — Economics
Oil prices started to fall again in global trading after the publication of data on U.S. fuel supplies on Thursday, Reuters reports.
12:31, — Economics
Belarus' First Vice Premier Vasily Matyushevsky has confirmed that Belarus is set to place eurobonds for $1 billion in 2015.
8:05, — Economics
In order to keep the economy afloat, the authorities should find at least 7 billion dollars of additional financing.
9:41, — Economics
International rating agency put ratings of government bonds of Belarus in the review list.
13:53, — Economics
Strengthening of the Belarusian ruble is temporary.
12:19, — Economics
The price of Brent crude oil has fallen below $60 a barrel on news that Oman plans to increase oil production, even given the oversupply in the market.
14:06, — Economics
The optimism of the authorities has no grounds.
11:04, — Economics
Oil prices started to rise again in global trading after the publication of data on U.S. commercial crude oil inventories on Friday, Reuters reports.
14:24, — Economics
The GDP of Belarus has dropped by almost 0.5%. Every fifth enterprise is loss-making.
13:04, — Economics
Polish customs service noticed a significant decline in the number of Belarusian tourists in Poland in January.
12:31, — Economics
Foreign Exchange liabilities of State bodies of Belarus with a maturity of 1 month on February 1, 2015 amounted to $1022.3 million.
14:22, — Economics
The authorities decided to restrict the growth of salaries in the public sector. The growth of other expenses will be cut, too.
15:03, — Economics
The authorities of Belarus have asked the government of Russia a financial support for the year 2015 equal to $2.5 billion.
15:53, — Economics
The Belarusian agricultural sector lost more than $360 million last year due to the devaluation of the Russian ruble.
12:20, — Economics
On February 1 gold and forex reserve of Belarus makes up $4724.7 million.
11:48, — Economics
The dollar grew 260 rubles, the euro – 140 rubles.
8:28, — Economics
Sellers expose goods at new prices.
7:56, — Economics
The economist does not rule out one more sharp devaluation in the near future.
13:08, — Economics
The Belarusian economy keeps afloat only due to Russia's billions.
14:30, — Economics
If Belarus would not be given money, there will be a total collapse.