The Kazakhstan Ministry of Agriculture expects grain harvest above the average in 2015.
Services worth 338.28 billion tenge were rendered by the Communications enterprises in Kazakhstan in January-June 2015.
Japan's GDP fell in the II quarter amid the decline in consumer spending, capital investments of companies as well as export volumes.
Goldman Sachs issued a report which predicted that by the end of the year the US stock market will remain in stable.
During the first half of 2015, 16 petrol stations were put into operation in Kazakhstan, 5 of them in the Almaty region.
The freight turnover of Kazakhstan in January-July 2015 compared to the same period in 2014 decreased by 6.4%.
Operating profit of DBK in the reporting period has grown by 2.4 times - up to 19.693 billion tenge.
The competition between Apple and Samsung for the global smartphone market intensifies.
The cost of Arabica coffee with delivery in December rose to its highest level in three months.
In January-June 2015, the amount of payments on voluntary car insurance grew to 2.8 billion tenge from 2.3 billion a year earlier that is by 22%.
"National Agency for Technological Development".
Greece's economy in the second quarter showed an unexpected increase, evidenced by the preliminary data of the statistical office ELSTAT.
China’s smartphone manufacturer Lenovo reports a 51% net income reduction in the first fiscal quarter.
The volume index of the transport sector in 7 months amounted to 106.7%.
In early July, the price of 3rd class wheat was 42 thousand tenge.
There are no grounds for prolonged devaluation of the Chinese yuan.
US Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its regular monthly forecast on oil prices in the short and medium term.
Norway is ready to use its oil accumulations in order to support the economy and stop the growth of unemployment amid the sharp fall in oil prices.
The Chinese Alibaba Group Holding will buy back shares of up to $4 billion, according to the company's management.