Markets snooze into week’s end

By Jeffrey Halley New York had a relatively quiet session overnight, with Europe’s announcement that its next round of sanctions would include Russian coal imports, having no impact on energy prices. A

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Caution ahead of more talks

By Craig Erlam European stocks were treading water on Monday and Wall Street was eyeing a similar theme amid another cautious start to the week. Pressure is ramping up on Brussels to

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A decent start to the week

By Craig Erlam European markets started the week on a positive note, with indices up close to 1% on Monday on the back of softer commodity prices and confirmed talks between Ukraine

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COVID19: Bracing for stricter measures

Cyprus is bracing for stricter measures to control the spread of Covid-19 that hit two successive records in two days, with the cabinet holding an emergency meeting Wednesday afternoon to consider a

COVID19: Lockdown visible on post-Christmas horizon

Scientists advising the government on the coronavirus are sounding the alarm over rising COVID-19 cases, warning of a new lockdown after Christmas if restrictions are not strictly observed. With Christmas fast approaching

COVID19: Lockdown avoided, but tests for workers

Cyprus has tightened COVID-19 rules for the Christmas holidays, including testing for employees and shortening the Safe Pass validity for those contracting the virus. On Tuesday, Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas announced more

COVID19: Turkish Cypriots lockdown unvaccinated

Turkish Cypriot authorities ban unvaccinated from socialising as the north witnesses its worst resurgence since the outbreak in March 20220, as daily COVID-19 cases reach record levels. According to the latest decisions