The coronavirus pandemic and its economic fallout will trigger a ‘skyward surge’ in sustainable, responsible and impactful investing over the next 12 months, according to Nigel Green, the CEO of financial advisory
As Cyprus remains in lockdown, it recorded two new coronavirus-related deaths on Friday, bringing the total to five since the outbreak on March 9. The Health Ministry said two patients have died
Cyprus has agreed to send a quantity of chloroquine medicine to Israel in the next few days while in exchange Israel will dispatch 50 respirators to the island. A written statement by
By Han Tan, Market Analyst at FXTM Asian stocks are set to enter the weekend on the back of four consecutive days of gains, after their US counterparts extended their advances overnight.
COVID-19 cases in divided Cyprus have exceeded 200 after Turkish Cypriot authorities confirmed another two new cases in the north bringing the number there to 58, while the Republic has reported 146.
The cabinet on Thursday approved €150 spot fine or a €3,000 penalty plus prison for breaking Cyprus curfew rules in a clear message that social distancing measures must be taken seriously. Two
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM Over the past two days, US and global stocks have made an astonishing bounce back with the Dow Jones Industrial Average rallying 16.4% from
Cyprus confirmed eight new coronavirus cases on Wednesday bringing the number to 132 since the outbreak on March 9. Added to the 42 confirmed cases in the Turkish occupied north of the island, divided
Coronavirus – not Brexit, nor the 2008 financial crash – is likely to deliver the biggest blow to the British pound, warned financial advisory deVere Group’s CEO, Nigel Green, as sterling fell
As Cyprus cracks down on free movement it recorded two new coronavirus-related deaths on Tuesday, bringing the total to three since the outbreak on March 9. The Health Ministry said two patients