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Jamaica Gleaner Business
published: Wednesday | December 6, 2006

Stock market climbs again... Analysts predict three-month bull run
The Jamaican stock market has entered a period of bouyancy and bullish-ness, according to analysts who project that the run will be sustained for at least the next three months. The number of transactions in volume and value of shares...

Trinidad to invest US$360m in Caribbean Airlines launch

It will take an investment of US$360 million to put Caribbean Airlines into operation, the Trinidad and Tobago government has said. The funds will also cover the winding up costs for BWIA. Junior Finance Minister Conrad Enill...


Britain's CAA proposes hike in airport fees... Air Jamaica facing more charges

Britain's aviation regulator has proposed hiking airline charges at London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports, sparking fierce criticism from airlines. National airline Air Jamaica, already burdened by heavy operational costs...


Used-car sales down... But some dealers doing good business

Sales on used motor vehicles have slumped by about seven per cent so far this year, says president of the Used Car Dealers Association of Jamaica, Kenneth Shaw, but some sellers argue they are experiencing the opposite or see no significant change...


Gary Allen to 'anchor' JNN, RETV, Spaulding to chair the board

After an extensive due diligence which began on August 15, RJR wrapped up its purchase of 65 per cent of Reggae Entertainment Television (RETV) and 100 per cent of Jamaica News Network (JNN) last Friday for U.S. $1.75 million, to be paid....


Closing stock market indices

LONDON, United Kingdom (Reuters): Here is how major stock markets outside the United States ended yesterday. LONDON The FTSE 100 index of leading shares ended up 0.6 per cent, buoyed by commodities and U.S. economic data but weighed down...


Oil field delays mean higher 2010 crude price, says EIA

WASHINGTON, United States (Reuters): The United States government's top energy forecaster yesterday said it raised its estimate for world crude prices in 2010 by about 20 per cent to near US$60 a barrel due to delays bringing new oil fields on line.



... prices rise on worries over deeper OPEC cut LONDON, United Kingdom (Reuters):




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