After declining a rescue team helping to assist from Cyprus, Turkey has now given the go-ahead in the aftermath of the deadly earthquake. Turkey has accepted Cyprus’ assistance of rescue teams following
Cyprus expressed its readiness to assist in the rescue efforts after the devastating earthquake in Turkey, but the Turkish side did not accept help from the Republic, officials said. Foreign Ministry’s Permanent
By Craig Erlam European equity markets are expected to open a little higher on Wednesday following a positive shift on Wall Street on Tuesday, while Asia overnight was a very mixed bag.
The Pancyprian Volunteerism Coordinative Council launched a nationwide fundraising campaign to support the earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria. Financial contributions collected will be allocated to cover the individual needs of each
The Bank of England and the U.K. Treasury announced that a digital pound could be used by households and businesses for everyday payments in-store and online later this decade. The so-called ‘Britcoin’
President Nicos Anastasiades and the United Nations in Cyprus have sent their prayers and wished for Turkish Cypriot students still missing after the killer earthquakes in Turkey to be found. Turkish Cypriot
By Craig Erlam Equity markets are treading water on Tuesday, as investors take a pause following an eventful week. Investors seem a little lost this week, disheartened by the U.S. jobs report
A European airport network traffic report for 2022 by ACI EUROPE shows that the airport industry has finally turned the corner on the COVID-19 pandemic welcoming nearly 2 billion passengers. Passenger traffic
By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Asian markets stabilised somewhat on Tuesday morning following the broadly negative cues from Wall Street overnight, as concerns over higher US interest rates left
By Craig Erlam Equity markets were off to a difficult start on Monday, no doubt weighed down by the prospect of more rate hikes and tension between the world’s two largest economies.