Loans and Finance
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
The corporate recovery specialist said that all stores would remain open until further notice.
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Monday, February 26, 2018
Latvia called emergency meeting of financial authorities this Monday— Jean-Michel Glachant (@JMGlachant) February 26, 2018
in attempt to limit fallout from forced collapse of its third-biggest bank
ABLV, facing allegations from the US of helping North Korea’s missile programme https://t.co/yZ9C4Y5vhJ
Monday, February 19, 2018
An ECB-supervised (repeat, ECB-supervised) Latvian bank is charged in the US with money laundering, the country's central bank governor is detained and now a moratorium is imposed on the bank. https://t.co/Fv7ImojJs5— Patricia Kowsmann (@kowsmann) February 19, 2018
Latvia's financial system is about to implode, and the ECB will be in the shit.
Latvia’s government was meeting in emergency session on Monday after one of the Baltic country’s biggest banks reeled under accusations of busting sanctions on North Korea and the central bank governor was detained by the anti-corruption agency. https://t.co/OuB4oZIiKO pic.twitter.com/mGhDaMKj3E— Russian Market (@russian_market) February 19, 2018
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
- The Consumer Prices Index including owner occupiers’ housing costs (CPIH) 12-month inflation rate was 2.7% in January 2018, unchanged from December 2017.
- The largest downward contribution to change in the rate came from prices for motor fuels, which rose by less than they did a year ago.
- The main upward effect came from prices for a range of recreational and cultural goods and services, in particular, admissions to attractions such as zoos and gardens, for which prices fell by less than they did a year ago.
- The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) 12-month rate was 3.0% in January 2018, unchanged from December 2017.
- From April 2018, publication of these figures will move from Tuesday to Wednesday; the new release dates are available.