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Tesla to raise $2 billion from share, debt issues

Tesla Inc said on Thursday it had filed with regulators to launch around $2 billion in fundraising through issues of new shares and debt,...

Investment of Cypriot-owned businesses in Egypt reaches 400 million dollars

The presence of companies linked to Cypriot interests in Egypt is deemed as particularly important, since, according to reports in the local financial press,...

Private jet users on the rise

More and more people choose to travel on a private jet these days. It is a trend which appears to be on the rise,...

Hellenic: Profits by Co-op bank’s absorption

Hellenic Bank's fourth quarter 2018 financial results provide an initial but fairly indicative picture of how the absorption of Cyprus Co-op Bank will affect...

Options for housing loans in Cyprus

The island’s credit institutions have very attractive housing loan schemes on offer for young people who want their own roof but don’t have the...

Bank of Cyprus, Hellenic the island’s market leaders

Bank of Cyprus and Hellenic are the two major players in the island’s banking sector holding the vast majority of deposits in their portfolios...

Hellenic Bank: Profits and lower NPEs in 2018

Hellenic Bank on Thursday announced after tax profits of €320.0 million for 2018, saying last year marked the beginning of a new era. CEO Ioannis...

Indian businesses interested in investing in Cyprus

The Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (Invest Cyprus), recently held a business breakfast for Indian companies operating in London. Invest Cyprus said the business breakfast fell...

No date for submission of ‘Estia’ applications set yet

The date for submission of applications for participation in the ‘Estia’ home scheme has yet to be decided. And everything seems to depend on...

AstroBank-National Bank of Greece subsidiary takeover still pending

Final agreement is still pending even though AstroBank is in advanced negotiations with the board of National Bank of Greece to acquire its subsidiary in...

Free coaching to SMEs by EBRD

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced a call for expression of interest for the Business Clinics Programme. This is designed...

Cypriots choose to celebrate Easter abroad

Cypriots seem to be spreading their wings this year and despite the apparent rise in air fares they are keen to celebrate Orthodox Easter...

Twitter reports surprise quarterly user growth, revenue beats

Twitter Inc on Tuesday posted better-than-expected first-quarter revenue and a surprise rise in the number of monthly active users, a sign that the social...

London Metal Exchange to ban brands not responsibly sourced by 2022

The London Metal Exchange (LME) on Tuesday launched an initiative that could see it ban or delist brands that are not responsibly sourced by...

Cypriots bet around €1 billion in four years

Cypriots bet around €1 billion and won €874.6 million in four years, according to the Cyprus National Betting Authority’s results for 2015-2018. The results...

Banks post profits after losses of €15 billion

Overall financial results of Cypriot banks have recorded profits of €186.1 million for the first time since 2010. After losses of more than €15 billion...

20th Annual VAT Summit to be held in Cyprus

Some of the world’s top VAT experts will converge in Cyprus this May for the much-anticipated 20th International Annual VAT Summit. The summit is organised...

Advising the ultra-rich

Over the past eight years, Phanos Theophanous, Managing Director, UK International Private Bank, Barclays  holds a key role:  to communicate, manage and above all...

Long holiday for banks, CSE, semi-state organisations

This year’s Orthodox Easter break and May 1 holiday that follows translates into a lengthy break for work for some 9,000 employees in banks,...

Nicolas Cage selects Nicosia but not state fairs grounds

Nicosia will most probably be the shooting location for the multi-million movie starring Nicolas Cage which is to be filmed entirely in Cyprus but...

 ‘Rodon’ renovation works yield positive results

The investment for the renovation of Rodon Hotel in Agros village seems to have yielded positive results considering that the 2018 financial results for...

Top Stories

Three test positive for coronavirus, total now 1008

  Three people have tested positive for coronavirus after a total of 1691 tests, the Health Ministry said on Wednesday. This brings the total number...

Government says continuing demarches on crossing points

    Demarches continue on the part of the government of Cyprus, both with the United Nations and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci in relation to...

Cyprus to establish a Deputy Ministry of Culture

    Cabinet has decided to go ahead with the establishment of a Deputy Ministry of Culture, Deputy Government Spokesman Panayiotis Sentonas said on Wednesday. “Following a...

Merkel urges greater EU unity in face of coronavirus crisis

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday laid out a vision of greater unity and democracy to ensure the European Union emerges stronger from the...

Lidl Cyprus supports ‘Save our Food’ programme with more than 3000 breakfasts

  Within the framework of the Save Our Food programme and with a sense of responsibility towards society, Lidl Cyprus has proceeded in providing breakfast ...

Taste

How to make triandafillo ice cream, by UK Cypriot chef Loulla Astin

  Just in time for the scorching heat, UK Cypriot chef Loulla Astin has shared her recipe for refreshing triantafillo ice cream -- or as...

Cyprus sprouts with cream and prosciutto

In a big, deep frying pan, fry the prosciutto in the olive oil, on medium heat for 2 minutes. Add the onion and garlic...

Pork burger with sundried tomatoes, mozzarella and anchovies

Mix all the ingredients together with the mince in a bowl, and combine well. Divide into 4 balls and form the burgers. Warm a griddle/pan...

Sheftalies

Wash the lamb cauls with plenty of cold water and let them settle in water and vinegar for a little while. Soak the bread crumbs...