NICOSIA (AP) — International agency Standard & Poors has raised Cyprus’ credit grade a notch to BB+ on the expectation that the eastern Mediterranean island’s […]
NICOSIA – Cyprus expects its economy to grow between 2.5 percent and 3 percent this year as it recovers from its recent financial crisis and […]
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — An official says studies are underway for an undersea electric cable that aims to link the electricity grids of Egypt, Cyprus […]
Cyprus’ largest bank says its shares have started trading on the London Stock Exchange, admitting some 446,000 shares.
Cyprus’ biggest bank said Jan. 5 it has fully repaid 11.4 billion euro of emergency cash it received from its Eurozone partners to stay afloat.
Cyprus’ Central Bank chief says the island nation’s economy will grow by slightly more than 2.7 percent of GDP.
The Bank of Cyprus want to be on the London Stock Exchange to boost its profile, attract investors and expand access to capital.
A Cypriot official says he expects the Melco-Hard Rock Resorts Cyprus consortium to be soon issued a license to build a casino.
With hopes that offshore research and drilling will find energy pockets, Cyprus still needs to line up gas imports for domestic use.
Continuing its recovery from an economic crisis, Cyprus got a big boost in Augusts with a 16.9 percent increase in tourists, some 458,000 people.