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  • Training for negotiators

    Training for negotiators

    Real estate agents working for Chestertons Malta have received training to buy, sell and rent property. The training consisted of information about the current real estate market, location, communication, finance, social media, customer care,...

  • Halmann Vella to hold open week

    Halmann Vella to hold open week

    Halmann Vella will be organising an open week from tomorrow to next Sunday at its showroom in Mosta Road, Lija. There will be a selection of surfacing materials, with special offers on materials including marble, quartz, granite, parquet and...

  • Symposium on visual analytical sense making in criminal intelligence analysis

    Symposium on visual analytical sense making in criminal intelligence analysis

    A three-day symposium on Visual Analytical Sense Making in Criminal Intelligence Analysis (VALCRI) was hosted by Middlesex University Malta. The VALCRI project is being researched, designed and developed to facilitate human reasoning and analytic...

  • Maltese students investigate EU food safety

    Maltese students investigate EU food safety

    In the light of the recent recall of selected chocolate bars produced by Mars Incorporation after a piece of plastic was found in one of their products, the NSTF Mini European Assembly discussed food fraud and how to safeguard the health and...

  • Forum on re-imagining business for today’s digital economy

    SAP is holding a forum on Tuesday at the Westin Dragonara Hotel. Entitled ‘Reimagine business for the digital economy’, the forum will share real-world experiences as well as latest predictions from industry analysts, with customer showcases and...

  • International media franchise to launch web platform in Malta

    International media franchise to launch web platform in Malta

    LovinMalta.com is the latest online publication by The Lovin Group, an international media franchise. After setting up Lovin Dublin, Lovin Berlin and Lovin Dubai, the group set its sights on Malta and will be launching its new platform on...

  • Toyota revamps its reception area

    Toyota revamps its reception area

    Michael Debono Ltd, local importer of the Toyota brand and part of the Debono Group, has refurbished its customer reception area at its Żebbuġshowroom. The focus is on a Toyota retail concept that puts customers at the centre of showroom activities.

  • Demolition company cuts through rocks using latest technology

    Faceworks Ltd, a company specialised in demolition and excavation works, offers a range of safe solutions on the market. The company has a modern fleet of excavators and trucks equipped with the latest technology designed to avoid accidental...

  • C21 maintains strong momentum

    C21 maintains strong momentum

    Century 21 Real Estate LLC announced that it has continued its strong momentum throughout 2015. Forty-two independent real estate companies in the US, Europe and Dubai selected the brand as the best platform for their affiliated agents, market,...

  • Specialised service

    Specialised service

    Dhalia Real Estate Services has launched a Private Office, which will cater for upmarket clientele and serve as a showcase for high-end properties. The new office hopes to provide a personalised seamless experience. Dhalia Private Office will be...

  • General manager for recruitment firm

    General manager for recruitment firm

    Recruitment specialist Vacancy Centre has appointed John Dimech as its new general manager. Mr Dimech joined CSB Group’s recruitment agency last January after having spent over 30 years in the hospitality/tourism industry and five years in...

  • Restructuring at 77 Great Estates

    Following a restructuring process, 77 Great Estates has welcomed aboard Kenneth Borg as head of residential sales and letting and E. E. P. Bonello as head of eOffice Malta, based in London and enjoying a global network spanning over 200 locations...

  • Storm clouds gather overglobal economy outlook

    Storm clouds gather overglobal economy outlook

    World financial leaders sounded a sour note on the global economy on Thursday, pointing to Britain’s possible exit from the EU as a serious threat alongside China’s bumpy growth path and dissent over interest rates in the eurozone. Concern that...

  • Tigne Mall plc shares rally by 9.5%

    The Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) Index fully erased last week’s gains having declined by 1.18 per cent, to close at 4,533.256 points. Activity was spread across 17 equities of which 10 fell, six gained ground and one closed unchanged. Turnover...

  • UK lawmakers set to review banks’ newcapital requirements

    The UK Parliament’s Treasury Select Committee is to examine further whether banks are required to hold sufficient capital to cushion them against potential losses, wading into a row between the Bank of England and the architect of the sector’s...

  • Stocks, dollar, oil cool ahead of Doha meeting

    Reassuring Chinese GDP data helped stocks, commodity markets and the dollar consolidate strong weekly gains yesterday, as the focus turned to a meeting of top oil producers about a potential output freeze. Moves in most markets were small in...

  • Microsoft lawsuit against government relies on speech, privacy rights

    When the US Department of Justice sought permission to search a Microsoft Hotmail account in 2014, a judge rejected one condition the agency asked for – an order preventing Microsoft from ever telling its customer about the search. Microsoft was...

  • HSBC slips below €1.60 mark again

    The share index reversed yesterday’s small gains as it retreated by 0.17 per cent today to 4,533.256 points on low volumes. Total value of equities traded amounted to merely €149,000 – the lowest since the end of January. Week-on-week, the Index...

  • Uncertain international economic outlook stiffens

    In doing my planning for this week’s contribution, I recognised how difficult it is for analysts to comment on financial markets: by the time one writes a comment or makes an assessment, one may have been overtaken by events. My starting point was...

  • Pensions watchdog abandons EU-wide capital regime plans

    Pensions watchdog abandons EU-wide capital regime plans

    The European Union’s pensions regulator yesterday ditched plans for a bloc-wide capital regime for pension funds, proposing instead checks on funds to make sure they are robust enough to withstand low interest rates and people living longer. The...