UK to see more progress on inflation

By Craig Erlam   Recent UK economic data has been a mixed bag, with wages rising at a much-accelerated rate, but inflation decelerating as expected. While the Bank of England will be relieved


Cyprus-China build tourism ties

Cypriot and Chinese officials held a meeting at the Ministry of Tourism to further strengthen the cooperation between Cyprus and China in the travel sector. Tourism Minister Kostas Koumis and Vice Minister of Culture and Tourism of China


China’s gold buying challenges dollar

China is increasingly expanding its gold reserves and ditching the dollar in moves that could have implications on investments, the CEO and founder of a leading financial advisory and fintech has warned.


Ending the week on a high

By Craig Erlam   Stock markets are ending the week on a positive note although broadly speaking, it doesn’t seem we’ve progressed in either direction over recent weeks. Trading has become very choppy


COVID19: Test requirement for China arrivals ends

Health authorities have lifted the entry requirement for a negative 48-hour PCR test from all passengers arriving from China. The government imposed the measure on 15 January, as Nicosia adopted EU recommendations

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