. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Central Europe Bourses

BUDAPEST () -- Central Europe's larger bourses saw rises last week in the wake of strong surges in Budapest, which saw five successive peaks, and in Warsaw where the market set a two-year high, before dipping on Friday.

Prices advanced also in Prague, but they declined in Sofia, Ljubljana and Bratislava. They were flat in Zagreb and mixed in Bucharest.

Tirana completed its first full week of trading.

It has arranged Eurobonds for Lithuania and Latvia and for the council of the Estonian capital, Tallinn.

Bilateral trade rose by 75 percent in 1995 to $280 million, and 200 Turkish-Uzbek joint ventures have been set up in Uzbekistan, officials said.

, whose language is closely related to Turkish

Nomura has already been active in Lithuania and the other Baltic states.