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TIRANA, Oct 1- Austria's DCM DECOmetal plans to invest in the Bulqiza chrome mine in Albania, betting on an improvement in the ferrochrome market and meeting one of the demands made by strikers who helped push the company into a loss last year.
Gabriel Stein, CEO of OMFIF, told CNBC, Austria is suffering from contagion from the crisis as in and of itself it is in better shape than quite a few euro zone countries.
Austria's triple-A credit rating hangs in the balance, and analysts are divided as to whether the country is more at risk from its banks’ heavy exposure to ex-Communist Eastern Europe or from heavily indebted Western Europe.
Fritz Mostbock, head of group research at Erste Bank, told CNBC, he thinks Austria is in good shape because of its links to central and eastern European markets which is being perceived as a positive following the crisis.
As a continuation of our series looking at the triple A stocks and countries out there, Steve Sedgwick takes a look at Austria.
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CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including an update from the ECB on interest rates, and Moody's credit downgrade of six German banks and three Austrian banks, despite relative strength in both economies.
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A Hungarian delegation prepares to resume talks with the International Monetary Fund this week, hoping to secure a credit lifeline while investors continue to push up the country’s borrowing costs.
"Concerns over rising default risk in Hungary do translate via Austrian banks relatively rapidly into Austrian sovereign debt risks," Richard McGuire, Senior Fixed Income strategist, Rabobank, told CNBC.
A collapse of the euro will not benefit any of the 17-member currency zone's members and struggling euro zone countries must instead focus on getting their finances in order to restore stability, Austrian finance minister Maria Fekter told CNBC.
Austrian bank supervisors have instructed the country banks to limit future lending in their east European subsidiaries, a further sign of the potential knock-on effects of the euro zone crisis for economies around the world.
The Austrian finance ministry reacted to a market swing against the country's sovereign debt Friday by saying that its triple A credit rating remains "stable."
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Hungary's decision to help its citizens pay back the foreign exchange loans they took at the height of the economic boom a few years back has sparked outrage among banks and spooked foreign investors.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the trading day from the NYSE.
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Russian state-owned bank Sberbank is not looking to buy the Eastern European assets of Austrian bank Raiffeisen and it is still in talks to buy the Eastern European branches of Volksbank, Sberbank CEO Herman Gref told reporters on Wednesday.
The CEE Stock Exchange Group, consisting of the Vienna, Budapest, Ljubljana and Prague stock markets, is interested in buying more stock exchanges in the region, Michael Buhl, CEO of the CEE Stock Exchange Group, told CNBC.com in an interview.