By Craig Erlam A quiet end to the week with European indices treading water and economic data highlighting the challenges facing the bloc. Nowhere is that more evident than in Germany which
The President of Bundesbank, Dr Joachim Nagel, will be in Cyprus for several key meetings next week. The Head of the Central Bank of Germany – considered among the most influential figures in financial matters in
The magic of Black Friday seems to have dimmed in Cyprus, leaving consumers disappointed yet again due to lacklustre discount campaigns by stores. Marios Drousiotis, the head of the Cyprus Consumers Association,
The National Guard and the Armed Forces of France have signed a renewed Bilateral Defence Cooperation Program for 2024-2025. According to an announcement, the program provides bilateral exercises, training and exchange of expertise on specialised
A road map for further strengthening bilateral relations between Cyprus and Italy was agreed upon in Rome during President Nikos Christodoulides’ meeting with his counterpart Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.
By Craig Erlam Thursday was relatively slow in the markets, as you’d expect due to the US Thanksgiving bank holiday, but there were some releases and OPEC+ speculation that kept things interesting.
Serbia has acquired 11 Russian-made Mi35 helicopter gunships from Cyprus to bolster its air force and maintain regional military supremacy, its President Aleksandar Vucic said. The Cypriot government and Serbia agreed in
Leading European on-demand transportation platform Bolt launched an electric scooter rental service in Nicosia, making 1,600 scooters available to commuters at strategic points in the capital. The company, boasting over 150 million
Cypriot Despina Theodosiou has received the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) first Gender Equality Award. According to the Deputy Ministry of Shipping, the decision was taken during the 130th Session of the IMO Council
Hakan Fidan, Turkey’s vice president overseeing Cyprus affairs, has reignited apprehensions of potential money laundering by questionable foreign investors amid the flourishing real estate boom in the occupied north. Talking before the