The business in Romania blog writes about the Romanian business landscape, doing business in Romania, investing in Romania business and debating on business issues in Romania. Check this Blog's Policy here.
Sitemap | Feedback | Doing Business in Romania report | Opening a Business in Romania | RSS for this Blog
Monday, January 24, 2005
A high liquidity level and the anticipation of the local currency's appreciation this year could turn Romania into one of the most appealing markets in the Central and Eastern European region.
Investors looking to gain substantial profits in the emerging markets prefer buying bonds in the national currency rather than investing in treasury bills, said Jonathan Bayliss, an analyst at JP Morgan.
Investors are becoming more interested in the Romanian capital market as state control is gradually eliminated, as required by the European Union.
As of April this year, when the liberalization of the capital account is expected, foreigners will be allowed to open ROL deposits.
The main advantages, but also the great risks of investing in the bonds in the national currency come from the local currencies' evolution.
That is why investors are chiefly looking for those markets where the national currencies are likely to strengthen during this year.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 1/24/2005 03:41:00 pm
06/01/2004 - 07/01/2004
For the first time in Romania: Petrom drops fuel p...
Changes in stock exchange transactions
Weidmueller invests 5m euros in Romania
Prime minister accused of conflict of interest
3.1bn euros in FDI for 2005
Credit Cards in Romania
Wall-street.ro launches today
The Flat tax: Economic panacea or pandora?
Hyperlo takes control of Carrefour Romanian JV
Ericsson and Connex for first 3G network in Romania
Publications & Media
This website is proud to be designed by Mihai Dragan
I usually listen to THIS kind of music.