Can Europe’s love affair with Obama last?

By Matt Spetalnick Memo to Europe: Be careful what you wish for. Barack Obama, celebrated as the "anti-Bush" when he toured the continent last year as the Democratic presidential candidate, is headed

CYPRUS GOURMET: Wine Competition results

Maratheftiko, newcomers leave their mark The fourth annual Cyprus Wine Competition was concluded last Saturday and the awards were presented at a Gala Dinner at the Grand Resort, Limassol. 32 wineries submitted

Orchard St eyes troubled property loan deals

By Daryl Loo Orchard Street Investment Management is planning to spend millions of pounds to buy majority stakes in properties with troubled mortgages, seeking hefty returns through restructuring deals with banks. The

EU haggles while Fed drops cash bomb

By Paul Taylor They're at it again. European Union leaders are bickering about how to spend a small fraction of their economic stimulus effort while the U.S. Federal Reserve is boldly throwing

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