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  • Young entrepreneurs create app for children doing benchmark exam

    Young entrepreneurs create app for children doing benchmark exam

    JAYE Malta’s company programme is back for yet another year, with new, young entrepreneurs raring to take on the enterprise world. Enlight, mentored by AX Group, one of the companies taking part this year, is striving to achieve just that with its...

  • Insurance firm keeps supporting the Foodbank Lifeline Foundation

    Insurance firm keeps supporting the Foodbank Lifeline Foundation

    Insurance firm GasanMamo started off the New Year with another great initiative, the first of many. Earlier this month, for another consecutive year, the firm supported the Foodbank Lifeline Foundation, helping families who struggle to put food on...

  • MGS celebrates 75th year

    The Malta Geographical Society has now been in existence for 75 years. In 1943, a group of academics from the University of Malta, billeted in the country because of the Nazi air raids, started to walk as a group and this developed into a society...

  • Borg Cardona & Co. launches campaign to support strays

    Borg Cardona & Co. Ltd, importers of Royal Canin dog and cat food, has launched a philanthropic initiative aimed at helping stray dogs and cats. Last held two years ago, under the initiative that has been renamed the Royal Canin Malta Charity...

  • Dolmen receives Holiday Check 2019 Award

    Dolmen receives Holiday Check 2019 Award

    The Dolmen Hotel in Qawra, part of the Tumas Group, started off the new year with an exceptional award. A leading travel and review site in Germany, Holidaycheck.de, ranked this newly refurbished hotel as ‘the number one hotel in Malta and one of...

  • Marking National Cheese Lovers Day with pizza

    Today is National Cheese Lovers’ Day. This staple dairy ingredient can be found in all four corners of the world, paired with almost every dish imaginable. There are over 900 to 1,400 cheese types, which are classified by taste and texture. These...

  • Yet another Brexit chapter

    It has been two years, six months and 12 days since that day on June 4, 2016, when the world awoke to the news that the people of the United Kingdom voted for a break away with the rest of the European Union. Divorces are complicated and messy at...

  • Negroni 100th anniversary art competition

    Negroni 100th anniversary art competition

    Campari, Italy’s iconic red bittersweet aperitif, has launched an open art competition as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations of the iconic cocktail Negroni. The art competition, which is being organised in collaboration with Allura – Malta...

  • Stock markets surge on China-US trade breakthrough hopes

    Stock markets across the globe powered higher  yesterday, buoyed by hopes of a breakthrough in the US-China trade war. European and Asian indices bounced back strongly after the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported that the US was considering...

  • MSE Equity Price Index moves lower for 2nd consecutive week

    MSE Equity Price Index moves lower for 2nd consecutive week

    Thursday's rebound of 0.6% was short-lived as the MSE Equity Price Index eased by 0.44% on Friday to 4,362.212 points. Five equities trended lower while only GO performed positively. Following last week’s decline of 1%, the local equity index shed...

  • Surplus recorded in general government accounts

    Surplus recorded in general government accounts

    A surplus of €127.9 million was recorded by the general government in the third quarter of 2018, according to the National Statistics Office. The NSO said that between July and September, total revenue stood at €1,234.5 million, an increase of...

  • Economic activity being driven in wrong direction

    Economic activity being driven in wrong direction

    Economic growth is a direct function of productivity which measures the amount of leverage an economy can generate from its two primary inputs, labour and capital. Without productivity, an economy is solely reliant on the mentioned inputs. Due to...

  • A stronger role for the euro

    A stronger role for the euro

    One of the strengths of the United States is its currency – the dollar. The strength lies in the fact that a number of commodities are priced and traded exclusively in the US dollar. Examples include gold and oil. As a result, when the US takes a...

  • Marketing Kingdom brings world leading experts to Malta

    Marketing Kingdom brings world leading experts to Malta

    Some of the world’s leading marketers from Facebook, Twitter, Airbus, Hotels.com, SAP and Bacardi are scheduled to present at Marketing Kingdom Malta, on March 1 at the InterContinental Hotel, St Julian’s. This year’s most anticipated marketing...

  • Online payment services solution

    Secure Trading Group has added its acquiring platform (Acquiring.com) to the existing global gateway solutions provided to the Weston Hotel, a Victorian hotel on the North Yorkshire coast. Secure Trading have provided payment gateway services to...

  • Volunteers donate non-perishable goods to Foodbank

    Deloitte Malta volunteers pulled together throughout December 2018 to help the less fortunate, by supporting the Foodbank Lifeline Foundation’s Reverse Advent Calendar initiative. Over 75 boxes of food were donated to the Foodbank Lifeline...

  • Stocks falter on trade tensions, Brexit, US shutdown

    Stock markets retreated yesterday, with US-China tensions, Brexit worries and a lingering US government shutdown taking their toll to a greater or lesser degree across the world's trading platforms. The pound recovered against both the dollar and...

  • MIA surges as it issues 2019 forecasts

    MIA surges as it issues 2019 forecasts

    The MSE Equity Price Index erased some of Wednesday's sharp decline as it rebounded by 0.6% to 4,381.425 points on Thursday. The increase was largely driven by the gains in MIA and GO. On the other hand, RS2 and MIDI trended lower whilst a further...

  • Warning that forex broker could be a scheme of 'dubious nature'

    Warning that forex broker could be a scheme of 'dubious nature'

    The Malta Financial Services Authority has issued a warning about an entity operating under the name of FXNobels which is known to have an internet presence at https://www.fxnobels.io/. Although this entity purports to operate from an address in...

  • World's biggest sovereign fund ejects Chinese company for human rights violations

    World's biggest sovereign fund ejects Chinese company for human rights violations

    Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, has excluded a Chinese company from its almost $1 trillion portfolio because of human rights violations, the Norwegian central bank said on Thursday. Yarn, fabric and apparel manufacturer...