Impact of war on energy prices, inflation and growth amplifies existing vulnerabilities Market reaction to invasion largely orderly, but risk of further correction remains Banks face weaker profitability after strong recovery in 2021
It is important to continue a “constructive dialogue” with the European Union, Justice Minister Judit Varga said following a meeting of EU affairs ministers in Brussels on Monday.
The parliamentary elections in Hungary in April were conducted in order, with voters given distinct alternatives to participate in a democratic procedure, but the European Union’s concerns, especially with regard to a biased media and non-transparent campaign financing have remained, Didier Reynders, justice commissioner of the EU, said late on Monday, citing a preliminary report […]
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has published a rapid risk assessment following an outbreak of monkeypox (MPX), affecting the UK, EU/EEA countries, and North America.
The Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) for copper from all sources in food will be reduced from 0.15 mg/kg of body weight (bw) to 0.07 mg/kg bw based on an updated evaluation of the scientific evidence. EFSA’s draft scientific opinion on copper in food is open for comments until 1 August 2022 – have your say now!
An assassination attempt on Russian President Vladimir Putin was attempted in February, Ukrajinszka Pravda said. The article was reported by Index.
Overall credit terms and conditions offered by banks to counterparties tightened slightly from December 2021 to February 2022, mostly ahead of Russia-Ukraine conflict Market participants reported mixed results for financing conditions in securities financing markets, along with slightly deteriorating credit conditions and liquidity in OTC derivatives markets Longer term, market participants reported tighter overall terms […]
The European Union Agency for Asylum (EUAA) has begun deploying a small contingent of personnel to Moldova, to support the country in the context of people fleeing the invasion of Ukraine. This is the first-ever deployment of personnel by the EUAA (and its predecessor EASO) to a non-EU country. Initially, the Agency is deploying six […]
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Charles Michel, president of the European Council, in a videoconference in preparation for an extraordinary European Union summit set for May 30-31, on Monday.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Novi Sad (Újvidék), the seat of Serbia’s northernmost province Vojvodina, that the war in Ukraine had put both countries in difficult positions: Serbia, because it isn’t a member of the European Union, and Hungary because it is.