Greek police turn to teargas as tempers flare over pensions
By Renee Maltezou and Alkis Konstantinidis Scuffles broke out and police used teargas during a mass rally in Athens on Thursday as Greeks...
Asia stocks subdued before US jobs data, dollar wobbles
By Shinichi Saoshiro Asian stocks were subdued on Friday and the dollar wobbled ahead of the closely watched U.S. jobs report, which...
Building permits area and value rise 11% and 15%, Cystat says
By Stelios Orphanides Building permits, a significant economic leading indicator for Cyprus, rose 11 per cent in terms of building area and 15...
Consumer prices fall 1.3% in January, Cystat says
By Stelios Orphanides Consumer prices fell 1.3 per cent in January compared to the respective year of 2015 after falling 1.2 per cent in...
European Commission expects 2016 Cypriot economy to grow 1.5% (Update-1)
(Adds more comment in second paragraph) By Stelios Orphanides Cyprus’s economy will grow 1.5 per cent in 2016, a slightly faster rate...