Daily Archives: September 7, 2020

Greece considers Cyprus’ participation in a multilateral summit on Eastern Mediterranean self-evident

Greek Government Spokesman SteliosPetsas said that Greece considers Cyprus’ participation in a possible multilateral summit on the Eastern Mediterranean self-evident.   During today’s briefing, Petsas referred to the proposal by the President of the EU Council Charles Michel for a

Cyprus at top of EIB countries, projects at 1.5% of GDP, FINMIN says after meeting Hoyer

The Republic of Cyprus maintains the leading position among the European Investment Bank (EIB) shareholder countries for 2020 with agreements for projects that correspond to 1.5% of the GDP of Cyprus, Minister of Finance ConstantinosPetrides, has said, after a meeting

Cyprus police report 18 people and 6 premises for Covid-19 measures violations

Cyprus police reported 18 people and 6 premises in the last 24 hours out of a total of 634 spot checks across the island for violations of measures in place to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.   A police spokesperson told

Cyprus authorities announce one COVID-19 patient death and a new coronavirus case on Monday

Cyprus Health Ministry announced on Monday the death of a 76-year-old COVID-19 patient and a new confirmed coronavirus case, out of 2.049 tests carried out. The total number of deaths now stands at 29 and of cases at 1,510.  

Cyprus Stock Exchange

The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) All Share Index closed at today`s stock exchange meeting as follows:   MEETING DATE: 07/09/2020 INDICES BASE VALUES: FTSEMed=5000, OTH   EURO (€)   TRADED VALUE:                34,579.07   INDEX   VALUE  % DIFF. VALUE (€)  

Bounced cheques issued in Cyprus increase in August

Bounced cheques issued in August amounted to €75,840 marking an increase of 72% compared with the previous month, data released today by the Central Bank of Cyprus show.   According to the CBC, 39 bounced chequeswere issued in August compared