MOSCOW (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp. will open fewer new restaurants in Russia this year than last because a fall in the rouble has increased expansion costs and is hurting consumers, its Russian chief executive Khamzat Khasbulatov told Reuters.
MOSCOW, Jan 31 (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp. will open fewer new restaurants in Russia this year than last because a fall in the rouble has increased expansion costs and is hurting consumers, its...
MOSCOW, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande discussed increased violence in southeastern Ukraine in a phone...
FRANKFURT, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Rouble weakness could cost Metro AG about 200 million euros ($230 million) in operating profit if the Russian currency keeps trading at about 80 per euro, Chief Executive Olaf Koch told WirtschaftsWoche in an interview to be published on Monday.
the U.S. market, which was down almost 3% on the S&P 500. Emerging markets had a bad week, too. More turbulence in Russia and apparently slowing growth in the United States--the key export market for many countries--weighed heavily on weekly
than $7 billion of the country's bonds, Hasenstab has seen the value of the securities collapse as the conflict with pro- Russian rebels deepened an economic recession, depleted foreign reserves and prompted government calls for a debt restructuring
BOSTON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Topface, one of the world's largest dating websites, said it has paid a hacker an undisclosed sum to stop trying to sell about 20 million email addresses stolen from the Russian company.
WASHINGTON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - An unexpected move by Russia 's central bank to cut its main interest rate shows continued chaos in the country's economy, some of it due to Western sanctions related to...
TORONTO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Russia is calling on the United Nations Security Council to help protect civilian jets from anti-aircraft weapons after the downing of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine last year.
TBILISI, Jan 30 (Reuters) - NATO said on Friday it hoped to open a training centre in Georgia by the end of the year, signalling a strengthening of its relationship with the former Soviet republic that is likely to antagonise Russia .