EU leaders to warn Turkey over behaviour 

Draft conclusions of the upcoming European Council contain concerns expressed by the EU over Turkey’s tension-raising behaviour in the Aegean and East Med. These concerns were brought before Tuesday’s General Affairs Council


Gone in 60 seconds

By Jeffrey Halley   ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ was a 2000 movie with Nicholas Cage stealing 50 high-end cars in three days. It is actually a remake of my favourite 1974 version, where


Steady start to the week

By Craig Erlam European stocks are making steady gains on Monday, recovering a small portion of last week’s heavy losses as economic concerns mounted. There’s been a shift in the market mindset


COVID19: EMA looks at improved Moderna vaccine

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has started a rolling review for a Spikevax (Moderna) vaccine adapted to provide better protection against specific variants of SARS-CoV-2. The Ministry of Health said the review

Cyprus, IOM enhance cooperation on migration

Interior Minister Nicos Nouris and the International Organisation for Migration’s Regional Director, Ola Henrikson, discussed ways to enhance and increase financial cooperation between the two parties to return irregular migrants. During his first


EU: Turkish Cypriots must curb migrant influx

Breakaway Turkish Cypriots are responsible for stemming migrant arrivals, a senior European Union official said, as the number of asylum-seekers the Republic receives soars. European Commission Vice President Margaritis Schinas said that


More and more of the ‘R’ word

By Jeffrey Halley   The “R” word is being used more and more as recessionary winds start blowing loudly through economic data and the price actions across the asset class spectrum. On Friday,