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121. ‘Tough’ Quarters Becoming ‘Business as Usual’
The European majors will likely see earnings fall 24% in 4Q13 compared to 4Q12, and 20% when comparing full year 2013 vs 2012. This decline happened against a backdrop of broadly stable commodity prices. Instead, a by-now familiar set of factors appear to have driven earnings lower in 4Q: disruptions ...

122. MoU signed between University of Miami and BAMSI
On Wednesday, 2nd July, 2014 a MOU was signed between the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (UM/RSMAS) and The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute, Ltd (BAMSI). The MOU formalizes the collaboration efforts between to two institutions in education, research, and training. The MOU was ...

123. Global oil demand growth trimmed slightly


124. Vincy economy grows in first half of 2013
Economic activity in St Vincent and the Grenadines is estimated to have increased in the first half of 2013, relative to the performance in the corresponding period of 2012.

125. Integrated Oil: Have the Majors become Bonds?
"Integrated Oil: Have the Majors become Bonds?" Morgan Stanley analysts ask in their October 25, 2013 note on oil and gas. The note said:

126. France's BNP Paribas ups stake in Spain's Repsol


127. German oil demand slides


128. Life's lessons - guilty people will not be ...
It may seem like they are snobbing you but they actually cannot face you because they know they are (in the) wrong and expect you will shun them.

129. Kamla concedes a second time
Former Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar conceded a second time to newly elected Prime Minister Keith Rowley. She had initially accepted defeat at the September 7 poll. She conceded the night of the election, then recanted days after demanding that the election be declared null and void (on the grounds that ...

130. Motor gasoline demand in the US falls
By Aleem Khan Motor gasoline demand in the US, a market that T&T has been known to emulate, is falling, according to numbers from an August 2013 study. "Delivery data for May closely tracked last month’s forecast, with an average 18.6 million barrels per day (mb/d) of oil products delivered ...

131. Grenada asks IMF for continued funding, commits to ...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday released the country report on Grenada as well as the Caribbean island nation's request for more funding under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) Arrangement entered into on June 26, 2014, when the IMF Executive Board approved a three-year arrangement for a total amount equivalent ...

132. Canada oil demand weakens
The recent weakening in Canadian demand data appears to have continued through to the end of 2013, with preliminary data for December depicting average deliveries of just 2.2 mb/d, down 5.3% y-o-y. This marked the third consecutive month that Canadian demand declined y-o-y. Momentum has gone into reverse recently as ...

133. Cayman Islands: Stopover arrival growth continues


134. Will China be the new IMF for Latin ...
Chinese Financing in Latam Growing. Chinese loans to the region have become key for many countries without market access or limited multilateral support. The Inter-American Dialogue estimates that the loans to the region accumulated near US$100 billion from 2009 and 2013. Multilateral versus Chinese Loans. IMF loans are designed to ...

135. India oil demand edges up


136. T&T Trade Minister: Investment dollar now very fickle
After bemoaning economic challenges faced in developed economies over the last 10 years, T&T Trade Minister Vasant Bharath on June 4 in the Senate said foreign direct investment dollars have become very fickle, judicious and demanding. He said: "The point I am attempting to make here is that the investment ...

137. Asia Oceania oil demand hit
The OECD Asia Oceania region has seen its own demand trend hit in recent months, as the effect of an earlier spike in oil demand from the Japanese power sector following the 2011 East Japan earthquake and tsunami faded in 2013, while the broader economic backdrop lulled. Elsewhere in the ...

138. Talks to harmonize customs regulations across 15 Caribbean ...
Economic growth of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) region set to improve as harmonised customs bill nears finalisation, statement says today. Following is the full statement.

139. Constructive politics support credit in the near term ...
Policy Making. We came back from a brief trip to Jamaica impressed by the government’s candid approach to policy making. It was refreshing to listen to the Minister of Finance bluntly describing how politically challenging the undergoing fiscal adjustment is. Particularly, he acknowledged that reform fatigue could become a problem ...

140. The Bahamas names new Central Bank Governor
The Bahamas has named a new Central Bank governor.

141. Jamaica's debt trending down


142. Oil demand in the Americas gains


143. Europe oil demand falls


144. 2012 Review: Developed Reserves Contracting Despite Record Spending
By Morgan Stanley Research (Europe) IHS publishes an annual database with information on the upstream activities of all 221 listed oil companies globally. The full update for 2012 has recently become available. It shows developed reserves falling for the first time since at least 2001. This is despite a 19% ...

145. NCBJ director buys 10,000 shares
The National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCBJ) informed the T&T Stock Exchange (TTSE) that on April 25, 2014 that one of its directors purchased 10,000 NCBJ shares, the TTSE said in a "newsroom statement" on April 30. As it is not required, the notice did not specify which director but ...

146. IMF visits Grenada, may get taste of hurricane ...
An IMF mission now visiting Grenada may get a first hand experience of a hurricane as Category 1 Hurricane Danny approaches at about 75 miles per hour.

147. St Lucia links increasing fast food consumption with ...
"In urban areas there is a prevalence of gastro-intestinal cancers as there is a tendency towards more fast foods," the St Lucia Health Ministry said in a release Thursday.

148. Grenada provides debt restructuring process update
Following the March publication of its Initial Financing Estimates, and in the context of its ongoing consultations with affected creditors, the Government of Grenada herewith publishes two indicative debt restructuring options as background for future discussions with holders of its EC$ Notes due 2025. The indicative options do not at ...

149. Caribbean Development Bank loans St Vincent US$9 million ...
The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (GOSVG) has received financing from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) in an amount equivalent to US$9,046,000 towards the cost of National Disaster Management – Rehabilitation and Reconstruction December 2013 Trough Event Project and intends to apply the proceeds of this financing to ...

150. Bermuda Opposition Leader suspended: CANA
Trinidad and Tobago's Opposition Leader Keith Rowley not alone.