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Deposit interest rates fall while loan interest rates rise

Although interest rates banks in Cyprus are paying their depositors have plummeted in recent times, the interest rates they are charging borrowers are increasing according to the European Central Bank.

Our position on the issues of Jurisdiction & Time Bar

Barrister-at-Law Christos M. Triantafyllides of the law firm of Triantafyllides & Christoforou provides their position on jurisdiction and time bar for those who have bought property in Cyprus.

Cyprus property mis-selling could cost €1 billion

Cyprus must adopt a clear plan to resolve the many cases of mis-selling if its once thriving property market is to breathe again – and the cost could reach a billion Euros argues George Kounis.

Why aren’t prices falling as much as they should?

The short answer to this interesting question is that property prices tend to be “sticky” on the way down as a lower sales price can often be dismissed as being uncharacteristic of the market.

Vanishing Cyprus: banks bailout – the big lie!

One day, it may be necessary for Cyprus to pull out of the euro to regain its social and economic independence as the “one-size-fits-all” policy has not worked for most EU member states.

Moody’s slashes Cyprus government bond ratings

Yesterday Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Cyprus’ bond ratings three notches further into junk territory and it’s ratings on three Cypriot banks citing “profound difficulties” in the island’s banking sector.

The ballooning Cyprus fiasco

Troika inspectors are swarming over Cyprus to find out how much money the banks would need to deal with their putrefying balance sheets, and how much the government would need to stay afloat.

Judgement day for banks approaching?

Banks do not count loans that are fully secure as being nonperforming even though they have not been serviced in 90 days. If the Troika treats such loans as nonperforming, several more billions will be needed to recapitalise them.

Island under the Troika microscope

The Island will be put under the microscope by members of the Troika delegation who arrived in Cyprus yesterday for a fact-finding mission that is expected to play a crucial role in Cyprus’ EU bailout application.

Banks and government destroying property market

The banks and the government have joined the band of ‘crooks’ masquerading as property developers and estate agents who seem intent on destroying the Island’s once thriving property market and its reputation.

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