|Average monthly budget per household RSD 47,582 in fourth quarter of 2009||Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy visits Turkey||Tadic: Serbia only where U.N. Resolution 1244 is respected||Serbia and Hungary keep high levels of cooperation||Slovenia: 1 bln Euro bond issued to deal with crisis||Montenegro: Exports -41.5% in 2009||Italo-Bosnian robotics centre set up in Sarajevo||“Rulings anywhere that women must wear the burqa should be condemned - but banning such dresses here would be wrong” says Commissioner Hammarberg||Council of Europe publishes report on minority languages in Hungary||Upgraded Greek-Albanian police pact||Foreign priest arrested in Thessaloniki on int'l warrant||GERB moves for opening impeachment procedure against President Purvanov||Ukrainian parliament refuses to denounce ferry service agreement with Georgia and Bulgaria||Kosor dismisses interpretations about early elections||Visegrad Group shares its experience with Western Balkan and GUAM countries||PM: Romania risks ending up like Greece if reforms don't resume||Romanian IKEA Franchise was sold to Swedish group||Macedonian foreign minister to pay an official visit to Kosovo||EU prepares in case Greek woes spread to Spain||Slovenian Govt adopts Declaration on the Western Balkans||PACE Standing Committee calls Greece to recognize "Macedonian minority"||EU ministers to map out Greek rescue plan||BiH: New Head of the Department for organised crime appointed||Eurofast Global appoints new board member||New member of METRO Cash & Carry Board of Directors - Christian Hylkema||Novinite.com looking to hire editor||Bulgaria – leader on Russian real estate market||Albania: Inflation at record hike, 4.4%||UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to visit Moscow on March 17||New wave of protests announced in Kosmet||Petition on Albin Kurti’s defence, submitted to the Assembly||ICJ verdict postponed||Market capitalization of Stock Exchange RSD 880bn||USAID, 38 Municipalities to sign MoU for Strengthening Youth Entrepreneurship||Serbian-Croatian centre for combatting crime to be opened soon||Empty bags||February consumer prices up 0.3% month-on-month||EIB approves first tranche of €10m loan for reconstruction of Gazela bridge||Kosovo reports progress to IMF||Kosovo, Belgium sign investment protection treaty|
|BELEX TICKER||AGBN 8.970 0,04%||AIKB 2.898 1,54%||ALFA 8.280 2,22%||BIPB 55 0,00%||BMBI 8.995 3,39%||CCNB 15.000 -2,60%||DINNPB 2.900 -1,69%||DNOS 2.900 0,14%||ENHL 848 -0,12%||FIDL 309 0,00%||FITO 6.200 -0,05%||IMLK 1.371 -2,07%||INFM 3.400 1,98%||JESV 6.200 0,00%||JMBN 18.650 0,81%||KMBN 29.998 3,44%||MTLC 2.230 -2,71%||PLTK 130 2,36%||PRBN 704 0,72%||PRGS 182 -4,21%||PTLK 191 -6,83%||SJPT 1.000 1,63%||SMPO 501 2,87%||TGAS 6.500 0,39%||TIGR 771 1,05%||TLFN 1.698 -0,12%||UNBN 6.520 0,31%||VINZ 9.064 0,72%||VZAS 669 2,14%|
07:22 08:03 | 0 | Beta, Fena, STA
Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor said in Pristina on March 8 that disputes have not been settled concerning a conference of the region's leaders, due to take place in Brdo near Kranj, Slovenia, on March 20.
07:57 | 0 | EMportal, Fena
Ministers of Interior/Security of five countries of Western Balkans confirmed their joint wish for strengthening of cooperation due to integration of their countries to EU, according to the Ministerial Declaration announced after the meeting in Tirana.
08:04 | 0 | Fena
The Spanish presidency of the European Union is to call a new meeting in April with leaders of the three main ethnic communities in Bosnia-Herzegovina in a push to encourage reforms, an official said Saturday.
08:06 | 0 | bhnews
The Balkans are experiencing a period of stronger seismic activity and the possibility of a bigger than normal earthquake hitting the region should not be excluded, the directors of the seismology institutes of Serbia and Montenegro warned.
08:07 | 0 | BNR
Snow showers are underway across Bulgaria. The national roads are passable under winter conditions. In the meantime, the waters of the River Danube off the town of Lom rose by 7 cm reaching 777 cm.
08:10 | 0 | ANSAmed
Italy's Tonino Lamborghini Group plans to build electric cars in Montenegro, the company's founder said in an interview Monday in the Pobjeda daily.
08:12 08:15 | 0 | EMportal, ANA
Gale force winds have disrupted sea and air transport. Passengers scheduled to travel today are advised to call local port and airport authorities.
08:15 | 0 | MIA
The death toll from a 6.0-magnitude earthquake that shook eastern Turkey on Monday reached 57, reports Turkish newspaper Hurriyet Daily News.
08:16 | 0 | MIA
Ohrid Lake level measurements early Monday show water lowering by 1cm compared to yesterday.
08:18 | 0 | Agerpres
The Danube's flow is further above the flood levels in its sector in Teleorman (country's south), for which an orange hydrology warning code was issued, without much change from Sunday.
14:23 | 0 | Dnevnik
Pharmaceuticals company Actavis has sold its Bulgarian distributor Higia EAD to a private investor.
14:25 | 0 | Focus News Agency
Bulgaria, the European Union member boasting the bloc’s smallest budget deficit, risks seeing its banks sucked under by the fiscal sins of neighboring Greece, Fitch Ratings and Capital Economics Ltd. warned, Bloomberg reports.
14:27 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Bulgaria and Romania open direct links to Clearstream, a securities depository, giving easier access to investors. Photo by clearstream.com Bulgaria government securities may now be settled free of charge through the National Bank, which now has direct access to Clearstream.
14:31 | 0 | Croatian Times
The committee representing strikers in the Zeljezara Split ironworks decided on Monday that a group of workers who have been on hunger strike for the last 11 days would end the strike after today's talks between representatives of the company's workers and union leaders and Economy
16:42 | 0 | EUbusiness.com
Europe moved on Monday to create its own financial rescue fund, designed to shore up the euro currency should spiralling debts among wayward eurozone members like Greece trigger fresh market mayhem.