House prices up by 4.1% in Malta in 2017
Malta's house prices are on par with European averages, with house prices in the Euro zone average increasing by 4.2% and by 4.5% in the EU
[WATCH] Central Bank: worker up-skilling, infrastructural investment essential
Annual Report for 2017 highlights Malta’s positive economic outlook, points to challenges caused by stress on infrastructure, reliance on foreign labour
Global Capital to bid for Lombard Bank majority 49% shareholding

Global Capital, which owns the second largest stake in Lombard Bank, is...

Global Capital, which owns the second largest stake in...

Bank of Valletta has landed in London

Bank of Valletta has opened a representative office in London ahead of Britain’s exit from the EU next year

Bank of Valletta has opened a representative office in...

50 of Malta's public buses are about to get free wi-fi

Malta Public Transport and Transport Malta has launched a pilot project aiming...

Malta Public Transport and Transport Malta has launched a...

Corporate ID Group announces launch of social advocacy venture

Advocacy for Legacy hopes to go beyond Corporate Social Responsibility...

Advocacy for Legacy hopes to go beyond Corporate Social...

Tough EU energy efficiency targets are business opportunity, report concludes

Maltese businesses could be expected to invest anything up to €64 million to meet EU renewable energy and efficiency targets

Maltese businesses could be expected to invest anything up...

GO CEO Attila Keszeg resigns

He will be stepping down at the end of March

He will be stepping down at the end of March

GO profits up 12% to €29.5 million in 2017

Revenues grow to €166 million with Malta business and foreign investments

Revenues grow to €166 million with Malta business and...

Updated | Redundancies hit Alvogen pharma operation in Malta

Pharmaceutical company Alvogen based at the Life Sciences Park informed around...

Pharmaceutical company Alvogen based at the Life Sciences...

Gearing up for a technological revolution

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction in mainstream...

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are gaining more traction...

Brexit - a pernicious shift towards a Customs Union | PKF Malta

UK Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is now proposing to seek a final Brexit deal...

UK Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is now proposing to seek a...

SMEs essential to Malta's economic and social progress, Prime Minister says

Malta’s decision not to adopt a one-size fits all system for SMEs has led to unprecedented success, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat told delegates at a...

Malta’s decision not to adopt a one-size fits all...

Updated | Bank of Valletta must refund €3.4 million to investors who lost savings in La Valette property fund

Bank of Valletta has to refund the full capital and interest of lost savings from the La Valette property fund, the arbiter for financial services has declared

Bank of Valletta has to refund the full capital and...

Forget the pension scheme, gaming employees want an in-house chef and barista

Stimulating staff and keeping them happy? Make sure your company employs its own barista and chef, and don’t forget the “head of fun”, chief...

Stimulating staff and keeping them happy? Make sure your...

Malta International Airport gets green light for €100 million terminal expansion

MIA’s major project will see expansion of terminal, multi-storey car park, and new SkyParks II business hotel and office space

MIA’s major project will see expansion of terminal,...

Palumbo Group opens new site in Romania

Palumbo Group's latest acquisition on the banks of the Black Sea in Romania comes on the back of a €10 million takeover of a marine facility in...

Palumbo Group's latest acquisition on the banks of the...

Malta International Airport registers higher profit

Malta International Airport reports increased revenues on the back of a record...

Malta International Airport reports increased revenues on...

Decline on Walmart and rise in interest rate drag down the US Stock Market | Calamatta Cuschieri

The Dow Jones fell sharply on Tuesday closing 254 points lower, pressured by a steep decline in Walmart shares and a rise in interest rates

The Dow Jones fell sharply on Tuesday closing 254...

Quiet day for the markets

European stocks closed lower Monday on light trading, dragged down in part by falls for consumer products heavyweight Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC and German...

European stocks closed lower Monday on light trading,...