Monthly Archives:  November 2019

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  • What are REITs and how do they work?

    Full Story | 28th November 2019
    Property investments have always enjoyed a certain degree of popularity among Maltese investors looking to diversify their portfolio of assets.  This trend was particularly evident in recent years as a low interest rate environment and .
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  • Markets jump on mergers

    Full Story | 26th November 2019
    US stocks started the week higher and ended in record territory on Monday as investors remained focused to the latest developments in US-China trade talks and a cheered a wave of merger activity. The Dow .
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  • LVMH to buy Tiffany for $16bn

    Full Story | 25th November 2019
    Market summaryMaltese market closed in red on Friday, with MSE total index ending the session 0.178% lower to 9,717.441 points. Best performer was BMIT Technologies plc, it climb 0.97% to close at 0.52, followed by .
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  • Deal on USMCA trade agreement

    Full Story | 22nd November 2019
    Market summaryMaltese market closed in red on Thursday, with MSE total index ending the session 0.369% lower to 9,734.771 points. Best performer was Malta Properties Company plc, it climb 3.01% to close at 0.68, followed .
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  • Harvest Technology P.L.C. – Initial Public Offering

    Full Story | 20th November 2019
    1923 Investments P.L.C. and Prof. Juanito Camilleri are seeking to raise up to €13,668,384 through the disposal of Shares in Harvest Technology p.l.c., a subsidiary of the Hili Ventures Group.An application has been made for .
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  • Markets stretch higher

    Full Story | 19th November 2019
    US markets started the week higher and stretched to fresh all-time highs on Monday however a lack of progress towards the US-China trade agreement put a cap on gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained .
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  • Dow breaks through 28,000

    Full Story | 18th November 2019
    percent, breaking the 28,000-point barrier to close at 28,004.89, while the S&P 500 index rose 23.83 points, or 0.77 percent, to 3,120.46. The Nasdaq Composite index meanwhile gained 61.81 points, or 0.73 percent, to close .