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CSE grand road show in Athens

A high level delegation from Euronext, representing the interests of the stock markets of France, Belgium, Holland and Portugal are arriving on a fact-finding mission to Cyprus and will hold talks with

CSE targets bonds trading

With volume for equity trading at an all-time low, the CSE Council is rushing plans to develop a healthy secondary market for government bond trading, while the Finance Ministry is readying a

Universal sale to drag into October

Universal sale to drag into October The decision by Laiki Bank (CPB) and Bank of Cyprus (BOC) to dispose of their stakes in Universal Life Insurance to the Dutch based multinational Eureko

Oil stays below $50 a barrel mark

Oil prices have slipped back from record levels, narrowly avoiding a breach of the $50 a barrel mark. Fresh violence in Iraq triggered yet another oil price surge on Friday, before dealers