Daily Archives: September 14, 2020

Cyprus hails Bahrain-Israel normalisation

Cyprus has applauded the agreement to establish diplomatic relations between Bahrain and Israel calling it another positive step for regional peace and stability.   The Foreign Ministry tweeted on Monday: “Cyprus welcomes the agreement for the establishment of diplomatic relations

Cyprus economy could shrink less than 7% GDP

Cyprus’ economy will fare better than expected from the pandemic fallout as it is expected to contract less than 7% of GDP this year, said Finance Minister Constantinos Petrides.   In the early stages of the outbreak, the Finance Ministry

COVID19: Delayed back to school off to smooth start

Schools reopened on Monday under a new COVID-19 regime of social distancing and mask-wearing for thousands of pupils and teachers after a week’s delay due to an unseasonal heatwave.   Under the new set of restrictions, secondary school students and

COVID19: Anti-mask demonstrators to be prosecuted

Cyprus police on Monday said they have fined 20 individuals who participated in a Nicosia demonstration against the use of protective masks and a COVID vaccine while proceeding with three criminal prosecutions.   According to police, 20 people were fined

COVID19: Cyprus new cases mainly from clusters

Cyprus health authorities reported eight new cases of SARS-CoV-2 on Monday, five of whom were related to a cluster that formed last week and discovered through contact tracing.   The Ministry of Health said 1,960 lab tests were conducted during

Cyprus Stock Exchnge

The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) All Share Index closed at today`s stock exchange meeting as follows:   MEETING DATE: 14/09/2020   INDICES BASE VALUES: FTSEMed=5000, OTHERS = 1000   EURO (€)   TRADED VALUE 39,482.45   INDEX   VALUE %DIFF.