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  • Group’s Summer Sunset celebration

    Group’s Summer Sunset celebration

    Famalco Group’s Summer Sunset event took place at Olive Gardens in Mdina for all employees and affiliates. The group, which enjoys an extensive portfolio of world-renowned brands, has come a long way from its humble beginnings in the 1990s. By...

  • First ever Malta eSports Forum

    First ever Malta eSports Forum

    Quickfire, part of Eden Leisure Group, hosted its first ever Malta eSports Forum. The half-day event, which took place at the InterContinental Arena Conference Centre, served to provide an introduction and discussion to the rapidly expanding...

  • Is Malta’s e-commerce industry about to blossom?

    Malta has prospered by targeting specific sectors of the economy and by persuading major players in the online gaming and blockchain industries to relocate here. The country is now home to a significant portion of the European online gaming industry.

  • BOV Training Centre – a hub of excellence one year on

    BOV Training Centre – a hub of excellence one year on

    The BOV Training Centre is an integral part of the bank’s strategy to invest in human capital by providing professional training programmes. Its main goal is to develop employees’ skills, improve their retention and address business and regulatory...

  • International real estate agent announces expansion to Malta

    International real estate agent announces expansion to Malta

    One of the most reputable international real estate brands, Cluttons, has announced that it will be expanding its network to Malta. The objective of this expansion is to offer clients access to the Maltese property market. Cluttons has a head...

  • Playing the Trump card

    A week is a long time in politics, so what is year-and-a-half? In the span of a lifetime, this could be an insignificant period. In US politics, it was a full 180-degree turn. Many are still struggling with the new reality, following the...

  • Stocks flat as Turkey worries offset US-China trade talks

    Another steep decline in the Turkish lira yesterday pushed emerging market equities lower and kept other world markets cautious, overshadowing hopes that an upcoming US-China meeting would relieve concerns over trade tariffs. MSCI’s All-Country...

  • Elon Musk's SpaceX could help fund deal to take Tesla private - NYT

    Elon Musk's SpaceX could help fund deal to take Tesla private - NYT

    Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, could help fund a bid to take electric car company Tesla Inc private, the New York Times reported on Thursday, quoting people familiar with the matter. Musk startled Wall Street last week when he said in a tweet...

  • Further about the silly season

    If I had to vote for the event that symbolised the silly season this year, I would vote for the argument that there was in Rome near Fontana di Trevi last week, when a Dutch teenage girl and an Italian-American woman came to blows over a...

  • Shares, emerging market currencies steady after mauling

    Bruised world shares and emerging market currencies fought to regain their footing yesterday after China said it will hold trade talks with the United States later this month and Turkey’s lira continued its recovery run. Asian equities had hit...

  • Mdina International provides training to Jesmond Mizzi Financial Advisers Ltd

    Mdina International Ltd, a training company that specialises in the learning and development of people, worked closely with Jesmond Mizzi Financial Advisors Ltd (JMFA) to provide tailor-made training to its staff. The training programme for...

  • Trane chillers for Mater Dei Hospital

    Trane chillers for Mater Dei Hospital

    Roger Satariano & Son Ltd local agents for Trane Cooling and Heating Systems, have been awarded the contract for the supply of 14 air-cooled chillers and three water to water heat pumps to Mater Dei Hospital. Trane has been selected over other...

  • MIDI share price reaches fresh all-time high

    MIDI share price reaches fresh all-time high

    The MSE Equity Price Index eased by 0.17% to just below the 4,300 mark as the declines in four equities (including those of GO and RS2) outweighed the gains in three other shares. Meanwhile, four shares closed the day unchanged. The total value of...

  • It’s not only about the security and a guarantee

    It’s not only about the  security and a guarantee

    Last Friday, I came across an article published online titled ‘Only 25 per cent of bonds listed on Stock Exchange are secured’, which stated that “only a quarter of the outstanding bonds listed on the Malta Stock Exchange are secured, with just...

  • Resurgent dollar sends commodities reeling again

    The dollar resumed its rise yesterday, surging to new 13-month highs and upping pressure on commodities, emerging markets and global stocks, though the Turkish lira managed out to eke out a second day of gains. Wall Street futures pointed to a...

  • Blockchain opportunities

    Blockchain opportunities

    FinanceMalta and Blockchain Malta have joined forces to organise a second series of events focusing on the financial opportunities and applications of the emerging technologies pertaining to blockchain and cryptocurrency. The first event in the...

  • Ex-MFSA official is Malta Bankers’ Association’s general secretary

    Karol Gabarretta took over  as general secretary of the Malta Bankers’ Association on July 23. He succeeded James Bonello who retired after 14 years in office. Mr Gabarretta will be representing the association on a number of local bodies, such as...

  • Shipping movements

    The following ships are expected in Malta: The CMA CGM  Blue Whale from Piraeus to Aliaga, the Okee August from Aliaga to Annaba, the CMA CGM Gemini from Genoa to Beirut, the Louisa Schulte from Dekheila to Algiers (all CMA CGM Malta Agency Ltd),...

  • Pay for Britain's top bosses rises 23 per cent

    Pay for Britain's top bosses rises 23 per cent

    Pay packages for the bosses of Britain’s 100 biggest listed firms rose 23 percent over the past year, fuelled by payouts for the CEOs of house builder Persimmon and industrial firm Melrose Industries, a survey showed on Wednesday. Excessive...

  • Shares regain footing as lira pulls out of nosedive

    World share markets fought to regain their footing yesterday, as Turkey’s lira pulled out of its recent nosedive and reassuring data from Germany helped offset the latest wobbles in China’s giant economy. After three weeks of heavy pounding,...