MOSCOW Russian retailers have seen a sharp spike in alcohol sales in recent weeks, with consumers rushing to buy vodka, whisky and beer at a time when Moscow and other regions have imposed partial lockdowns to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
MOSCOW, March 25 Russia's vegetable oil union
has asked the agriculture ministry to restrict sunflower seed
exports for six months from April 1 following a surge in
domestic prices due to a fall in the rouble currency, the head
of the union said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW/LONDON, Feb 17 Sovcombank is preparing a
stock market listing in the first half of this year, sources
familiar with the matter told Reuters, in a sign of a potential
revival in the Russian IPO market weighed down by international
sanctions in recent years.
* Baring Vostok say sale corresponded to 'planning horizon'
(Updates with detail, context, possible IPO)
MOSCOW, Feb 13 The Russian central bank plans to
start selling Otkritie bank, which it bailed out three years
ago, in 2021, governor Elvira Nabiullina said on Thursday, in a
move which heralds major changes ahead for the domestic banking
MOSCOW Russia's top food retailer X5 is gearing up to compete with burgeoning online players to meet growing demand for convenience foods from time- and price-conscious consumers, Chief Executive Officer Igor Shekhterman told Reuters.
MOSCOW Russia's Gazprom, the world's largest conventional gas producer, has raised about $2.20 billion from selling a 2.9% stake to a single buyer at a large discount to the market price.
* Gazprom says there was one buyer
(Adds details, background)
MOSCOW Russia's Gazprom , the world's largest conventional gas producer, has received bids worth $3.15 billion for 3 percent of its own shares that it decided to sell after the stock hit its highest level in more than a decade.
MOSCOW Russia's largest lender Sberbank is in talks to buy mid-sized food retailer O'Key, six industry sources told Reuters.