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91. Saudi oil demand drops
At 2.7 mb/d, the latest Saudi Arabian demand estimate for November came out in line with expectations. Deliveries fell for a fourth consecutive month, with the demand estimate down by 265 kb/d on the month earlier as direct crude oil burn continued its decline, reflecting curbed power-sector usage. For the ...
92. Jamaica's inflation falls below Trinidad & Tobago's
SOURCE: IMF Jamaica country report, December 2014
93. TCL subsidiary in Barbados drops price to compete: ...
Arawak Cement Company, the Barbados subsidiary of Mexican-run Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL), has had to drop its prices to compete with the imported Hard Rock Cement, the Barbados Nation reports today.
94. Parex produces 14,440 bopd
Parex closed at CA$4.30 yesterday.
95. China oil demand sluggish
Sluggish growth in the Chinese industrial sector continued to take its toll on the countryís oil use, with the latest estimate putting Chinese apparent demand down at around 10.4 mb/d in December, a contraction of around 1.8% on the year earlier. Gasoil/diesel led the decline, reflecting the recent dip seen ...
96. Caribbean slips on 2014 UN Human Development Index
In 2013, Cuba retained the highest ranking on the UNís HDI in the Caribbean, holding the 44th highest level of Human Development globally since 2012.
97. IMF: Aruba economy projected to grow 2.25% in ...
Booby over Aruba. Photo by Len Radin, Flickr. Aruba's economy is set to recover gradually, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in a statement after the conclusion of a visit to the island by an IMF mission. The following are unedited excerpts from the statement. Aruba is recovering gradually from a ...
98. Trinidad and Tobago' NHSL rated CariBBB+
Credit Rating Services Limited (CariCRIS) has evaluated National Helicopter Services Ltd (NHSL) an assigned "initial corporate credit ratings of CariBBB+ (Foreign and Local Currency Rating) on its regional rating scale, and ttBBB+ on the Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) national scale," CariCRIS said in a statement yesterday.
99. Shipping industry faces widening legislative curtain
SOURCE: IEA, OMR Feb 2014
100. Labelling Caribbean high-risk area for financial services threatens ...
The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) fully supports Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne's remarks at the meeting of CARICOM Heads with U.S. President Barack Obama on April 9 in Jamaica, a CAB release emailed today said.
101. Morgan Stanley believes US$95 per barrel in 2015 ...
Looking forward, oil price uncertainty dominates, driving four major themes in 3Q.
103. Oil demand in Brazil estimated to have grown ...
The Brazilian demand estimate for 2013 is roughly unchanged from last monthís Report, which already included November data. Brazilian oil deliveries totalled close to 3.2 mb/d in November, 80 kb/d (or 2.6%) up on the year earlier, supported by particularly strong gasoline demand. For 2013 as a whole, growth is ...
105. Barbados issues 5-year 6% T-notes
Photo of what the Barbados Hilton beach used to look like by TarikB, Flickr. It has since been modified to accommodate more beach chairs.
106. Aruba: Deflation ends, Net Foreign Assets stabilize
Photo of a pet cemetery in Aruba by atramos, Flickr
107. Aruba economy forecast to grow 2.7% in 2014
Photo by Len Radin, Flickr
108. RWE Dea celebrates 40 years in Norway
RWE Dea Norge is proudly celebrating its 40th year in Norway this fall. Since the start-up in 1973 as one of the pioneers in the Norwegian oil and gas industry, the company has steadily grown and has developed a solid knowledge environment with some of the best heads in the ...
110. JMMB appoints Ronald Carter new CEO in Trinidad ...
JMMB Group Limited (JMMBGL) yesterday advised that effective July 31, 2015, Ronald Carter was appointed the chief executive officer JMMB Securities (T&T) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of JMMB Investments (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited.
111. Trinidad & Tobago cracks down on illegal immigrants
Eye witnesses this morning said police and immigration officers were on the Priority Bus Route looking for illegal immigrants.
112. Barbados likely to swear in its first President ...
November 30, 2016 is the date set by the government of Barbados to drop the Queen of England as its Head of State, Barbados' government sources have said, citing Prime Minister Freundel Stuart.
114. Dominica re-opens airport, says many tourist sites unaffected ...
Tropical Storm Recovery: Liat, Seaborne and Winair Announce Flight Schedules
115. Ormat to acquire Guadeloupe geothermal power plant
Adds 14.75 MW, With Potential Expansion to Up to 45 MW of Capacity Transaction to be Immediately Accretive to Ormatís EPS
116. S&P sees Curacao GDP growing just under 1% ...
S&P Affirms Curacao 'A-/A-2' Ratings; Outlook Remains Stable
119. Deal with the truth, don't try to discredit ...
People often use "key words" to attempt to discredit truthful reports in the media, even when they have no data or evidence to support their counter-statements. These words include:
120. Scotia sees Bahamas economy growing 2.5% over next ...
Economic growth in the Bahamas is forecast to accelerate from roughly 1.5% in 2014 to around 2.5% over the next two years, Scotiabank analysts said in a note today. "The stronger performance reflects ongoing investment in tourism-related projects and infrastructure spending. This will continue to support healthy construction activity, which ...
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