Liquid fuel prices in Cyprus rose by 33.63% between January and May 2022, according to data from the Cyprus Statistical Office (Cystat), which was subsequently processed by the Cyprus Consumers Association.
The corresponding data set was released by Cystat on June 2 and refers to consumer prices as of May 2022.
If we compare prices for the specified period, then the general price index increased by 6.5 points.
The largest increase was observed in liquid fuel by 33.63%.
This is followed by accommodation services and hotels with 26.91%.
At the same time, prices for electricity increased during this period by 21.59 percent, for clothing and footwear – by 12.78 percent, and for food and non-alcoholic beverages – by 7.49 percent.
When comparing price increases between April and May, the largest increases were in food products such as butter, which rose by 13.21% compared to the previous month, and eggs, which rose by 12.4%.
Finally, gasoline prices have risen 7.97% since March 2022.
A new online land registry portal will soon be available, Senior Land Inspector Elikkos Elia said on Monday.
The new portal aims to help people who want to use the services of the land registry database by making it easier and faster and more efficient.
“The Department recognizes the importance of providing information to citizens in a simple, understandable and friendly way through its website,” Elia said.
“The Land Registry Portal is making the necessary changes to improve and make it easier for citizens to find the information they need about the application process, required documents, the fees they have to pay, and information about the progress of the application they have submitted,” he added.
In addition, Elia encouraged all property owners who have not yet done so to create an account on the land registry portal.
Once registered, property owners can access their personal page to track the progress of their applications.
“The Land Registry Portal is a central point of reference for all applications submitted, as well as a platform for two-way communication with citizens, while minimizing the need to ask questions, both electronically and by phone, saving department staff time,” concluded Elia.
The Cyprus Stock Exchange (CSE) ended Monday, June 6th with a profit.
The main Cypriot stock market index stood at 71.91 points at 12:54 pm during the day, reflecting an increase of 0.49% from the previous trading day.
The FTSE/CySE 20 index stood at 43.14 points, up 0.51%.
The total transaction value was 51,932 euros.
As for the sub-indices, the main, alternative and investment indexes of companies rose by 0.51%, 0.24% and 0.48% respectively.
The hotel index was unchanged from the previous trading day.
Bank of Cyprus (+1.31%), Vassiliko Cement Works (no change), Atlantic Insurance (no change), Hellenic Bank (no change) and Louis PLC (+0.62%) attracted the most investment interest.