FROM INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL NEWS
6th March 2018
Two of the key issues for voters during the election were immigration and the economy.
7th March 2018
“Malta has a special place in the heart of the United Kingdom,” Mr Davis said, during a meeting with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and other members of his Cabinet.
1st March 2018
Mr Gates said that the anonymity of digital currencies meant they were linked to terrorist funding and money laundering.
23rd February 2018
Snap's shares sank after Ms Jenner's tweet about Snapchat's re-design to her 24.5 million Twitter followers.
30th January 2018
It says growth would be 5 per cent lower if Britain negotiated a free trade deal and 2 per cent lower even if the UK were to continue to adhere to the rules of the single market.
29th January 2018
Ingvar Kamprad, who founded IKEA at the age of 17, died on Sunday at his home in Småland, aged 91.
18th January 2018
Growth of tourism from China has risen more than that from other major economies such as the USA, Russia or Brazil.
17th January 2018
Intra-euro area trade rose to €165.5bn in November 2017, up by 6.9 per cent compared with November 2016.
16th January 2018
“We, here on the continent, haven’t had a change of heart. Our hearts are still open to you,” European Council President Donald Tusk said.
Marie-Claire Grima - 15th January 2018
The company confirmed that organisations on Facebook may see the popularity of their posts decrease as the changes take effect over the coming weeks.
10th January 2018
Among the large economies, the up-rating is especially marked for the Eurozone, though the bank still thinks it will slow somewhat this year, but by less than its previous forecast.
Marie-Claire Grima - 9th January 2018
2018, the year that sees Valletta holding the title of European Capital of Culture, is also the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
5th January 2018
Mac products are often considered to be less vulnerable to security issues than tech products from other brands.
4th January 2018
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair says the split from Brussels will be regretted for generations to come.
FROM BUSINESS NEWS
5th December 2017
Blacklisted countries could lose access to EU funds, according to France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire.
15th December 2017
Britain as a financial centre netted a total trade surplus of $93.6 billion in 2016, more than the next two leading countries – the United States and Switzerland – combined, TheCityUK said.
The head of the UK's Financial Conduct Authority said buying Bitcoin was similar to gambling - and had the same level of risk.
20th December 2017
The EU said the UK would have to continue to follow its rules and could not adopt an "a la carte" approach.
16th November 2017
The ECB said some of the proposals it had reviewed were inadequate and risked creating "empty shells".
21st November 2017
Some 16 cities, including Valletta, bid for the EMA, which is seen as the most desirable of the two agencies, but Malta withdrew its candidacy early.
7th November 2017
“Our approach as a country is to offer Malta as a co-location jurisdiction rather than outright re-location possibility."
8th November 2017
"The proposed 30 per cent reduction target for passenger cars is ambitious and realistic," the Commission said.
2nd November 2017
The letter described the murder as “shocking” and an “appalling reminder” of the dangers that journalists and citizen-journalists faced as they tried to uncover corruption and criminal behaviour.
25th September 2017
Despite her conservative CDU/CSU bloc seeing its worst result since 1949, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been re-elected for a fourth term.
26th September 2017
A hard Brexit could cause twice as many job losses in the European Union as in the UK, and Malta could be among those worst hit, economists based in Brussels have warned.
3rd October 2017
Low-cost airline Ryanair said it flew 11.8 million people in September, 10 per cent more than in the same month in 2016, despite the disruption caused by cancelled flights.
22nd September 2017
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has stated that the UK should stay bound by EU rules during two-year implementation period, during which time, Britain would maintain access to EU markets.
18th September 2017
Ryanair has announced that it will cancel 40-50 flights every day for the next six weeks.
14th September 2017
The UK government will target a ‘bespoke’ deal with the EU to protect the City of London and the financial services sector after Brexit, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said.
1st September 2017
The inflation rate in the eurozone rose to 1.5 per cent in August, higher than analysts were expecting, according to Eurostat, the European Union's statistics office.
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