Maria Pitrakkou

Maria Pitrakkou

Putin beefs up Kremlin control over economic policy

Renaissance Capital Partners - "The reshuffle could be interpreted as strengthening the axes of economic power around President Putin," said Ivan Tchakarov, chief Russia economist at investment bank Renaissance Capital. In Russia, economic policy is typically the preserve of the government, and not the Kremlin. Yet, a ...

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Russian economy, tycoons take hit in Crimea crisis | NEWS.GNOM.ES

Renaissance Capital Partners - Investing or lending in Russia will carry higher risks, investment decisions will be delayed and investors will feel inclined to keep on selling stocks, says Charlie Robertson, an analyst at Renaissance Capital in London. At least publicly, Russian tycoons are keeping a low profile. At ...

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Russia can't raise state spending forever - Putin

Renaissance Capital Partners - "If you don't want to violate the fiscal rule, then you must be ready to shift military spending to health and education," said Ivan Tchakarov, Russia economist at Renaissance Capital. "This is not consistent. " The three-year fiscal package to be proposed by Finance Minister Anton ...

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Nigeria's next central bank chief a steady hand, who'll keep out of politics | Reuters

Renaissance Capital Partners - Yvonne Mhango, economist at Renaissance Capital, expects forex reserves to fall to $35 billion by the end of this year and thinks Emefiele will be forced to devalue the midpoint in the naira exchange band to 170/$ in July. "We believe he is likely to maintain a firm policy environment ...

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With Sochi Olympics Over, Russia Diverts Resources to Crimea | News | The Moscow Times

Renaissance Capital Partners - Vladimir Sklyar, an analyst at Russian bank Renaissance Capital earlier estimated for energy news agency Pronedra.ru that investment from $300 million to $10 billion would have to be channeled to Crimea to ensure its energy independence. Yushkov said that the money is likely to be found. ...

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Russia Is Taking the Sanctions Threat Seriously—With Good Reason - Businessweek

Renaissance Capital Partners - “The market stays nervous, and capital flight from Russia accelerates,” is how Daniel Salter, head of equity strategy in London for Moscow-based Renaissance Capital, sums up the situation. What’s more, if the West ratchets up the sanctions now being considered, Russia would face severe ...

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Concern Over 'Corrupt' Russian Cash In Cyprus - Yahoo! Finance UK

Renaissance Capital Partners - The comments from Ivan Tchakarov, chief economist at the Russian investment bank Renaissance Capital, came as Cyprus is set to impose a one-off tax on bank accounts as part of a 10bn euro bailout. Speaking on Jeff Randall Live, Mr Tchakarov pointed out that with an estimated $30bn ...

Van Lanschot nominates Richard Bruens as a member of the Board of Managing Directors - Yahoo Finance...

Renaissance Capital Partners - Van Lanschot announces today that the Supervisory Board intends to appoint Richard Bruens as a member of the Board of Managing Directors. The announcement of Mr Bruens` appointment is included on the agenda of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders to be held on 15 May 2014. ...

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