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Business - Economy
4/11/2023 3:09:54 PM
Egyptian exports to Greece surged 223.5 percent in January 2023 year-on-year (YoY) according to data released by the Egyptian Cabinet's Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC).

Business - Economy
4/10/2023 10:26:19 PM
The average yields on 91-day and 273-day Egyptian T-bills increased by 0.012 percent on Monday, compared to a week earlier, according to data released by the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE).

Business - Markets & Companies
4/10/2023 2:23:27 PM
Asian equities were mixed Monday in holiday-thinned trade after US jobs data indicated the Federal Reserve would likely have to hike interest rates again but soothed recent worries about a possible recession.

Business - Economy
4/6/2023 2:21:36 PM
German industrial production rose more than expected in February thanks to a strong bounce in the car industry as the sector begins to shake off supply issues, official data showed Thursday.

Business - Markets & Companies
4/5/2023 11:09:04 AM
Asian shares were trading mixed Wednesday following a decline on Wall Street after reports on the U.S. economy came in weaker than expected.

Business - Economy
4/3/2023 11:37:42 AM
Turkey's annual inflation rate slowed to 50 percent in March, official data showed on Monday, delivering another boost for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ahead May elections.

Business - Energy
4/3/2023 11:24:04 AM
Oil prices soared Monday after top producers unveiled a shock output cut of more than a million barrels per day, while equities mostly rose after data showed US and European inflation eased further last month.

Business - Economy
4/2/2023 5:50:56 PM
Egypt’s external debt rose by 5.1 percent in the fourth quarter (4Q) of 2022, reaching $162.94 billion compared to 154.94 billion recorded in the previous quarter, according to recent data published by the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development.

Business - Tech
3/31/2023 7:36:02 PM
Italy is temporarily blocking the artificial intelligence software ChatGPT in the wake of a data breach as it investigates a possible violation of stringent European Union data protection rules.

Business - Economy
3/30/2023 3:14:16 PM
Inflation slowed in Germany and Spain in March as energy prices fell, official data showed Thursday, adding to hopes that the eurozone was past the worst of the price increases.

World - International
3/28/2023 10:25:53 PM
The United States and Russia have stopped sharing biannual nuclear weapons data under the faltering New START treaty, the last arms control pact between the two countries, US officials said Tuesday.

Business - Tech
3/24/2023 10:43:00 PM
France announced Friday it is banning the “recreational” use of TikTok, Twitter, Instagram and other apps on government employees' phones because of concern about insufficient data security measures.

Business - Tech
3/22/2023 3:17:01 PM
TikTok's CEO plans to tell Congress that the video-sharing app is committed to user safety, data protection and security, and keeping the platform free from Chinese government influence.

Business - Economy
3/22/2023 10:28:06 AM
British annual inflation unexpectedly accelerated in February, official data showed Wednesday, in fresh headwinds for a nation battling a cost-of-living crisis.

Business - Tech
3/20/2023 10:46:28 PM
The BBC said Monday that it had told staff to delete Chinese-owned video app TikTok unless it was needed for business reasons, with Western institutions increasingly taking a harder stance over data collection fears.

Business - Tech
3/16/2023 10:57:40 PM
TikTok is once again fending off claims that its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, would share user data from its popular video-sharing app with the Chinese government, or push propaganda and misinformation on its behalf.

Business - Economy
3/9/2023 6:09:37 PM
Wall Street rose on Thursday but European stock markets fell as investors brace for US jobs data that they fear could prompt the Federal Reserve to ramp up interest rate hikes.

Business - Economy
3/7/2023 6:33:07 PM
US interest rates will likely peak at a higher level than was previously anticipated due to January data that came in stronger than recent trends expected, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Tuesday.

World - International
3/2/2023 9:03:49 PM
Tremendous rains and snowfall since late last year have freed half of California from drought, but low groundwater levels remain a persistent problem, U.S. Drought Monitor data showed Thursday.

Egypt - Urban & Transport
2/27/2023 6:05:35 PM
The success of urban development and the shift towards smart green cities requires investment in human capital and advanced technology, in addition to localising development and the good management of the wealth of data of smart cities, said Mahmoud Mohieldin, UN climate change high level champion for Egypt and UN special envoy on financing 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.

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