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  • Pound down as Brexit uncertainty drags on

    The British pound fell yesterday but held close to multi-month highs, as more Brexit uncertainty surfaced over the weekend. Sterling’s drop helped to push up London’s stock market that features numerous multinationals earnings in other currencies,...

  • Group aims to empower fitness culture 

    Hudson Group has just launched Hudson Active, an initiative which seeks to empower a fitness culture by raising awareness about the importance of practising sports, and of carrying out daily exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle.    As the...

  • CBD experience banked on by new digital marketing partner

    Payment gateway provider Secure Trading and merchant acquiring arm acquiring.com has announced a new strategic partnership with UK-based digital agency Dijitul, which provides web design services, including e-commerce sites for B2B and B2C...

  • Over 88% of arbitration cases concluded over past 18 years

    Over 88% of arbitration cases concluded over past 18 years

    The Centre for Arbitration has received 5,591 cases since it was set up in 2000, of which 702 remain pending. Justice Minister Owen Bonnici said in reply to a parliamentary question by MP Carmelo Mifsud Bonnici that there were 30 voluntary and 299...

  • BOV reaches fresh 5-month high

    BOV reaches fresh 5-month high

    The MSE Equity Price Index on Monday surpassed the 4,700 mark for the first time since July 2017 as it maintained an upward trend with a rise of a further 0.94% to 4,735.071 points. Monday's uplift was largely due to the rebound in the share price...

  • Setback for Alitalia as EasyJet withdraws from consortium

    Setback for Alitalia as EasyJet withdraws from consortium

    British no-frills airline easyJet said Monday it had withdrawn from a possible partnership with Italy's Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) and Delta Air Lines to rescue troubled national carrier Alitalia.  "Following discussions with (FS) and Delta Air...

  • US regulators sue VW over emissions scandal

    US regulators sue VW over emissions scandal

    US stock regulators have sued Volkswagen over the emissions cheating scandal, alleging the German automaker committed fraud by raising billions in corporate bonds while lying to investors about the environmental impact of its cars. In a filing...

  • AXA: a new addition to our equity list

    AXA: a new addition to our equity list

    We commence coverage on AXA with a 'buy' rating and a 12-month price target of €27. Last year, 2018 was a turning point for the group in which we saw a corporate restructuring which we believe will continue to create value for shareholders in...

  • The sick man of Europe

    The sick man of Europe

    A year after the 5-Star Movement and La Lega won the political elections and a few weeks before the European Parliament elections, Italy is officially in a recession. The extreme right and extreme left coalition partners seem to disagree about...

  • Secure Trading Group chosen by Ties.co.uk for payment gateway and merchant services

    Secure Trading acquiring arm acquiring.com have been taken on by luxury tie retailer Ties.co.uk as payment solution provider. Ties.co.uk is one of the UK’s most popular online retailers for high quality men’s apparel, and with a strong focus on...

  • Volvo Cars to impose speed limit on all cars to highlight dangers of speeding 

    Volvo Cars to impose speed limit on all cars to highlight dangers of speeding 

    Volvo Cars, as a worldwide leader in safety, is sending a strong signal about the dangers of speeding and will limit the top speed on all its cars to 180km/h from 2020.  The company’s Vision 2020, which aims for no one to be killed or seriously...

  • Shipping movements - March 18, 2019

    The following ships are expected in Malta: The MV Euroferry Olympia from Salerno to Salerno, the MV Eurocargo Malta from Genoa to Livorno (both Sullivan Maritime Ltd) and the Barbara Krahulik from Catania (SMS Shipping) today. The Louisa Schulte...

  • Co-ownership solutions – forced sale and forced lease

    The right to freely enjoy one’s property within the limits of the law is a fundamental human right granted to all owners; however, particular events and legal limitations may render a property unusable, and this to the detriment of both the owner...

  • Capital markets – an alternative for financing company growth

    Capital markets – an alternative for financing company growth

    Nowadays companies have various alternatives when it comes to raising capital to finance their growth and expansion. The Sunday Times of Malta caught up with Nick Calamatta, Co-CEO of Calamatta Cuschieri, and Darin Pace, Head of Capital Markets of...

  • Monetary U-turn

    Monetary U-turn

    At its monetary policy meeting on March 7, the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) announced measures intended to sustain easy financing conditions and to maintain interest rates at rock-bottom levels, beyond what was previously...

  • For business, Europe is not an option, but a necessity

    For business, Europe is not an option, but a necessity

    Last week, French President Emmanuel Macron issued an open letter to Europe, highlighting that Brexit is a lesson for all of us, and that it is time for an EU renewal. A recent European Parliament poll concluding that the next election will likely...

  • Nike is world’s most valuable apparel brand

    Nike is the world’s most valuable apparel brand, with a brand value of $32.4 billion, an increase of 16 per cent compared to last year, according to valuation and strategy consultancy Brand Finance. It said the sportswear giant has strengthened...

  • Market reacts positively to BOV and Mapfre Middlesea results

    Market reacts positively to BOV and Mapfre Middlesea results

    The MSE Equity Total Return Index extended its impressive rally to eight straight weeks, having advanced another 2.23 per cent this week to reach 9,369.558 points. Activity in the equities market was half of the previous week, as €1.52 million...

  • Eurozone industry sees strong pick-up in January

    After months of disappointing data, industrial production in the eurozone came in better than expected in January, following a strong contribution from the energy sector. The EU’s statistics office Eurostat reported that production in the currency...

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