Nearly 60% of Bulgarians are Skeptical about Adopting the Euro

58% of Bulgarians do not support the introduction of the euro as the official currency in the country. This shows a study prepared by Trend agency specifically for the financial forum NEXT DIFI 2021, organized by b2b Media for the fifth year. The data during the event was presented by Anastas Stefanov, manager of Trend Agency.

Slovenia’s former and current currencies on display

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s central bank will mark the 30th anniversary of the first banknotes issued in independent Slovenia with a projection on the facade of its building in the centre of Ljubljana. The video screen displaying previous and current Slovenian currencies will be lit up every day until the end of October.

Bulgarian Economy Will Recover Slower Compared to Global Levels According to Analysis

Bulgarian economy is expected to grow at a slower pace than the global one, growing by 3.5% in 2021 and by 3.8% in 2022. At the same time, however, the global economy is expected to grow by 5.5% in 2021 and 4.2% in 2022, according to a new analysis by leading commercial credit insurer EH.

Non-government credit increases by 1 pct in August, up to 309.7 billion RON

The balance of the non-governmental credits granted by credit institutions has increased, in August 2021, by 1 pct over July 2021 (0.8 percent in real terms), up to the level of 309.7 billion RON, according to data published by the National Bank of Romania, published on Thursday.

NBA star proposes marriage to actress at Cappadocia

Prominent Turkish basketball player Cedi Osman, who plays for Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA, has proposed marriage to his year-long girlfriend, Ebru Şahin, at Cappadocia, the ancient region in Central Anatolia, famous for its fairy chimneys.

"I said yes," wrote the actress on her social media account, uploading a photo of them backdropped by the hot air balloons rising in the air.

Citu: In order to have stable currency, you need stable government, not oust own government

Prime Minister Florin Citu stated on Wednesday evening that in order to have a stable national currency, "you need a stable government". Asked at the private TV broadcaster Digi 24 when the euro will reach a 5 RON exchange rate, he answered: "I want to remind you that last year they said it will be 5 RON, but it was not.