The Oscars of Paper Currency
The International Bank Note Society was founded in 1961.
Kazakhstan and Germany strengthen business ties
Germany is Kazakhstan’s key partner in the European Union.
Asian share markets have bounced back after Trump win
Traders had expected Hillary Clinton to become the next US president.
Tax revenues exceed forecast by 21% in January-August
National budget revenues keep growing despite the economic crisis.
Small companies show higher level of activity in Kazakhstan
Number of operating legal entities has increased by 11% to 190.6 thousand over the year in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan exports fish worth $26 million over eight months
Volume of processed fish totaled 7.4 thousand tons, 9.5% more than in January-September 2015.
Goldman Sachs trader made more than $100 million on junk bonds
Trader bought billions of dollars in junk corporate debt on the cheap starting in January
Saudi Arabia issues government bonds worth $17.5 billion
Previously it was assumed that Riyadh will place bonds worth $10-15 billion.
Volume of term deposits increases by 3.2 billion Tenge in Kazakhstan
The increase was also caused by revaluation of foreign currency deposits due to changes in the national currency.
CPC receives oil from Kazakhstan's Kashagan field
The consortium will pump about 1 million tons of Kashagan oil in 2016.
China continues to pump up its economy with liquidity
The volume of lending in the economy rose by more than 1.72 trillion yuan.
U.S. consumer prices grow by 1.5% in September
Consumer prices increased 0.3% last month compared to August which is the most significant growth since April.
Goldman Sachs net profit grows by 47% in Q3
The bank received a net profit of $2.09 billion or $4.88 per share.
Global central banks sell U.S. government bonds
The global investment in U.S. government debt fell to lowest level since July 2012, amounting to $3.9 trillion.
US consumer prices recorded their biggest gain in five months in September
Up 1.5% year-on-year and 0.3% higher compared to August.
Kazakhstan’s International reserves exceed $30 billion
The assets in foreign currency grew by $597 million to $20.8 billion during September.
Kazakhstan’s STBS actively lend to SME sector
This is 67% higher than last year's figures.