Bad medicine is what I need

By Jeffrey Halley      Central banks have gone full Bon Jovi handing out some monetary policy bad medicine over the past 24 hours, as the fight against inflation permeates even the most ardent


On the ropes

By Craig Erlam Equity markets are tumbling again on Wednesday as the latest batch of inflation data delivered another heavy blow to sentiment. US inflation reached 9.1% in June, up from 8.6%


TV king of news for Cypriots

Television remains the main news source in Cyprus, with online platforms and social media following, at higher percentages than the EU average, according to a flash Eurobarometer. When asked which media they


COVID19: EU backs fourth dose for over 60s

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommend that people aged 60 to 79 get a second COVID-19 booster jab. According to the EU

Cyprus determined to build stronger US relations

Celebrating the 246th anniversary of US Independence, President Nicos Anastasiades expressed determination and commitment to continue working closely with Washington to explore new areas of cooperation. At Tuesday’s US embassy independence event,


Bracing for Big Wednesday

By Jeffrey Halley     Wednesday is shaping up to be a stormy day for markets, with plenty of chances to get dumped and held under the waves for a while. We have already


Green buildings are an investment necessity 

The path to Sustainable Development through implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda (SDGs) is a reality, impacting society and business development. Two sectors particularly affected by


Unease ahead of US inflation

By Craig Erlam Another day of significant unease in financial markets as investors nervously await US inflation data and the start of earnings season. The economic calendar goes up a couple of

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