27 March, 2019


Displaying results 91-120 of 251 matches for query Economy.

91. Interview with Isfandyar Zaman Khan, lead specialist for finance and innovation at the World Bank

92. May's opponents vow to thwart Brexit deal as Britain agrees on divorce terms with EU

93. Dijsselbloem: Cyprus is still in search of a new economic paradigm

94. Fund Management a 'new beginning' for Cyprus

95. A good day for Hellenism in America

96. Economic growth in Cyprus remains strong

97. Brexit – Deal or No Deal?–-deal-or-no-deal

It seems that you can’t read the news today without some mention of Brexit. The referendum that took place took place in 2016 it now nearing the deadline and Europe as a whole is at the edge of their seats...

98. EU officials call Greece for stability amid pension debate

European officials are urging the Greek government to focus on maintaining financial and political stability even as political parties ratchet up their rhetoric ahead of general elections next year....

99. Food for Thought

100. US reimposes oil and financial sanctions against Iran

101. Merkel takes the fall leaving Europe without a leader

102. There is no economic bubble says Finance Minister

103. Cyprus falls back to winter time

People will get an extra hour of sleep on Sunday morning, as clocks fall back to winter time Saturday after midnight marking the end of Daylight Saving Time possibly for the last time...

104. Weak Greek economy threatened by world unrest

105. Fiscal Council: Construction sector growth will not continue indefinitely

106. Persuasion and force

107. Fitch Ratings upgrades Cyprus to investment grade

108. Turkey searches Saudi consulate again, as world condemns Saudi Arabia

109. Cobalt expresses regret as airline ceases operations

Travelers who were scheduled to fly back on Cypriot carrier Cobalt Air will have to get their own one-way return tickets, following a company decision to ground all its flights...

110. Cyprus will fall back to winter time normally

Daylight Saving Time will end normally on October 28 despite some EU states trying to opt out and people debating online whether they like to fall back or spring forward...

111. Tony Blair advises Labour Party to vote down May's Brexit deal

112. Taxation in a Digital Economy

113. At least 40 Tory MPs willing to vote down Brexit deal

114. Nobel Prize in Economics awarded to Nordhaus and Romer

115. IMF: The Cypriot economy continues its rapid recovery from the 2012–13 financial crisis–13-financial-crisis

116. Bank share plunge fuels fears about Greece's vulnerability

117. Banks have their recovery work cut out

The bank stock slump has gone on for too long and valuations are now exceptionally low, say senior credit sector officials in Athens. However, analysts questioned on the issue by Kathimerini say the problems that Greek lenders are facing will not be overcome quickly, justifying the pounding the sector has sustained on the Athens stock exchange....

118.  Anastasiades at Diaspora dinner: No guarantees needed

119. Greek finance ministry lifts capital controls on cash withdrawals

Greece’s Finance Ministry announced on Thursday it is lifting all capital controls on cash withdrawals and the movement of capital within the country....

120. Reality in the face of wicked politics