With the world falling apart as wars in the Middle East and Ukraine rage on, the British Prime Minister decided to pick a 200-year-old fight with Greece. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis
By Craig Erlam Eurozone inflation fell further than expected in October, leaving the headline HICP rate within touching distance of the ECB’s 2% target. While policymakers have continued to push back against
The COP28 climate summit is finally upon us. It kicked off Thursday in Dubai, and over the following 12 days, it is expected to set the direction for how the world will tackle
As global bonds soar at the quickest pace since the 2008 financial crisis, investors need to review their investment portfolios to ensure they are on track for risk tolerance and return objectives.
The European Commission has maintained a proposed pipeline connecting the gas reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean to Greece via Cyprus and Crete on its new list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI)
As thousands of delegates get ready to attend the biggest conference in Dubai addressing climate challenges, a survey found that a great number of investors plan to increase their allocations to environmental,
The first dispatch of humanitarian aid to besieged Gaza from Cyprus by sea is expected to depart the island within days, said a government spokesperson Tuesday. “In the coming days, the first
By Naeem Aslam Gold started the week on a positive note with the price trading above the critical level of $2,000 widely considered as an important support level. The question that
By Craig Erlam It’s been a calm start to the week which isn’t entirely surprising given the lack of events on the calendar. That said, things are expected to pick up with
Cities are particularly vulnerable to physical climate risks, given their geography and topography, and because they include high concentrations of people, wealth, assets and infrastructure, accounting for around 80% of global GDP.