By Craig Erlam It’s been a flat start to the week in equity markets, with Europe posting marginal losses or gains. There’s been so much to absorb in recent weeks and while
A leading indicator that serves as an early warning signal for changes in Cyprus economic activity, saw a year-on-year growth in February, prior to the full scale of the current crisis with
Oil prices soared Thursday on tensions surrounding key producer Russia, as equities diverged with traders also tracking interest rate decisions and China’s pledge to support volatile markets. The price of benchmark oil
By Danny Kemp and Emmanuel Duparcq Ukraine’s leader on Wednesday issued an emotive appeal to US lawmakers for greater Western intervention against Russia, which insisted its invasion was going “successfully” despite the
By Heather Scott US central bankers on Wednesday are poised to take the first step to raise borrowing costs in a bid to cap rising inflation before it surges out of control.
Cyprus expects to be hit the hardest in the sectors of tourism and energy supplies, a senior government official told the EU finance ministers’ meeting (Ecofin) in Brussels, echoing warnings from rating
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson began lobbying Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to pump more oil to calm markets roiled by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as he met the Gulf
The Finance Ministry has revised its inflation forecast for Cyprus this year from an initial 1.5% to 4%, amid a hike in fuel prices in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
By Danny Kemp, with Emmanuel Duparcq The United States will unveil a new round of security assistance to Ukraine Wednesday, as western leaders faced mounting pressure to stop Russia’s bombardment of civilians and
The EU on Tuesday banned exports of champagne, high-end cars, fashion apparel, expensive electronics and sports gear to Russia as part of a new round of sanctions on Moscow for its war