Monthly Archives: September 2019

Cyprus President returns from NY, Security Council may discuss Varosha soon, Prodromou tells CNA

The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades returned early on Monday morning to Cyprus from New York, a day later than planned due to a technical issue that forced his aircraft to return to the United States three hours after take

UK Minister for Europe pledges support for Cyprus issue settlement talks

The UK Minister for Europe Christopher Pincher has told the Cyprus News Agency that the British Government will continue supporting the efforts towards a negotiated settlement of the Cyprus issue.

The minister’s statement followed yet another well-attended ‘Conservative Friends of …

CNA News – CNA – Rebekah Gregoriades – Nicosia 30/09/2019 12:29

Cyprus President returns from NY, Security Council may discuss Varosha soon, Prodromou tells CNA

The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades returned early on Monday morning to Cyprus from New York, a day later than planned due to a technical issue …

MIDEAST: Oman banking outlook ‘negative’ as loan quality weakens

The outlook for Oman’s banking system remains negative as loan quality weakens and access to funding is tight in a subdued economy, Moody’s Investors Service said in a report published Monday.

“The challenging environment for businesses and households will lead …

MARKETS: Fear of war on capital flows hits sentiment

Equity markets in Asia kicked off the week mixed after the S and P 500 posted a 0.5% decline on Friday, following the latest developments in politics and trade. Reports suggesting the US administration is considering measures to limit flows

Industrial output prices up in first eight months of the year

Industrial output prices were up by 3.3% on an annual basis during the first eight months of this year, data released by the Cyprus Statistical Service, on Monday, show.

In particular, the industrial output prices index for August 2019 reached …