IMF expects all advanced economies to grow in 2023, except the UK

January 31, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Russia's economy expected to outperform UK's

MFSA launches consultation on a new type of investment fund

January 17, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Malta’s investment sector may soon be able to offer a new type of fund

Government deficit set to reach just under €1 billion in 2023

January 16, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Around €1.6 billion of new Government debt will be issued to finance the deficit and maturing Malta Government Stock

A painful year for Malta Government Stocks investors

December 29, 2022
by BN Writer

The silver lining for the investing public holding excess idle liquidity is the higher yields available from bond markets

Drop in donations for L-Istrina in light of rising cost of living

December 27, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

The compounding effects of both the pandemic, inflation and the Russian invasion may be biting donations

Surge in year-end debt issuance

December 15, 2022
by BN Writer

Recent events show that at times, regulations really do not achieve the ultimate desired objective

BOV ready to grow loan book following successful €350 million issue of callable senior non-preferred notes

December 7, 2022
by Robert Fenech

About two-thirds of the issue was taken up by local investors

The European Central Bank raised interest rates again. How will Maltese borrowers be impacted?

October 4, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The way local banks work is cushioning the impact of higher interest rates... for now

Public debt shoots up by just under €900 million as Government responds to pandemic, war, inflation

September 30, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The deficit stood at €359 million by the end of August, less than half that recorded a year ago

Government debt sees €100m month-on-month increase as deficit for 2022 so far tops half a billion

August 26, 2022
by Robert Fenech

However, revenues have grown sharply, driven by a strong economic recovery

The Hospital Saturday Fund makes its first grants in Malta

August 22, 2022
by BN Writer

'All those who join HSF health plan, just by belonging, are making a contribution to the important work of the ...

Banks around the world are raising interest rates to control inflation. What does this mean for you?

August 4, 2022
by Helena Grech

The Bank of England made headlines on Thursday after it raised interest rates to 1.75%

Government debt hits €8.4bn as state beefs up financing from public via stocks and bonds

July 29, 2022
by Helena Grech

In the first six months of 2022, the Government registered a drop in its deficit to €4.6bn

Serving an ever-shifting market: A look at Triton Capital Markets Ltd, operators of the FXDD brand

July 26, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Exec director Nicola Mallia discusses the pandemic’s impact on the investment landscape, and the company’s big move to new offices

Moneybase: The latest feather in Calamatta Cuschieri’s cap

July 23, 2022
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

‘Moneybase is something the local financial services industry really needs, especially after a challenging couple of years’

IMF expects all advanced economies to grow in 2023, except the UK

January 31, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Russia's economy expected to outperform UK's

MFSA launches consultation on a new type of investment fund

January 17, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Malta’s investment sector may soon be able to offer a new type of fund

Government deficit set to reach just under €1 billion in 2023

January 16, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Around €1.6 billion of new Government debt will be issued to finance the deficit and maturing Malta Government Stock

A painful year for Malta Government Stocks investors

December 29, 2022
by BN Writer

The silver lining for the investing public holding excess idle liquidity is the higher yields available from bond markets

Drop in donations for L-Istrina in light of rising cost of living

December 27, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

The compounding effects of both the pandemic, inflation and the Russian invasion may be biting donations

Surge in year-end debt issuance

December 15, 2022
by BN Writer

Recent events show that at times, regulations really do not achieve the ultimate desired objective

BOV ready to grow loan book following successful €350 million issue of callable senior non-preferred notes

December 7, 2022
by Robert Fenech

About two-thirds of the issue was taken up by local investors

The European Central Bank raised interest rates again. How will Maltese borrowers be impacted?

October 4, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The way local banks work is cushioning the impact of higher interest rates... for now

Public debt shoots up by just under €900 million as Government responds to pandemic, war, inflation

September 30, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The deficit stood at €359 million by the end of August, less than half that recorded a year ago

Government debt sees €100m month-on-month increase as deficit for 2022 so far tops half a billion

August 26, 2022
by Robert Fenech

However, revenues have grown sharply, driven by a strong economic recovery

The Hospital Saturday Fund makes its first grants in Malta

August 22, 2022
by BN Writer

'All those who join HSF health plan, just by belonging, are making a contribution to the important work of the ...

Banks around the world are raising interest rates to control inflation. What does this mean for you?

August 4, 2022
by Helena Grech

The Bank of England made headlines on Thursday after it raised interest rates to 1.75%

Government debt hits €8.4bn as state beefs up financing from public via stocks and bonds

July 29, 2022
by Helena Grech

In the first six months of 2022, the Government registered a drop in its deficit to €4.6bn

Serving an ever-shifting market: A look at Triton Capital Markets Ltd, operators of the FXDD brand

July 26, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Exec director Nicola Mallia discusses the pandemic’s impact on the investment landscape, and the company’s big move to new offices

Moneybase: The latest feather in Calamatta Cuschieri’s cap

July 23, 2022
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

‘Moneybase is something the local financial services industry really needs, especially after a challenging couple of years’