Business

A 'Likkle Tea' goes a long way

Patrique Goodall could hardly contain her excitement and passion for tea as she sat down with the Jamaica Observer on Wednesday. With wide eyes and an even wider smile, Goodall, the proprietor of Likkle Tea, a local line of premium hand-picked and blended loose leaf... Read More

Express Catering expecting big buzz from new Starbucks locations
Express Catering Limited (ECL) directors recently declared an interim dividend payment of US 0.36645 cents (US$0.0036645) per share for a total of US$6,001,437.50 to all shareholders on record as at June 15, 2018.... Read More

Fontana to open flagship location in Kingston
Fontana Pharmacy is set to open its sixth branch at the new Waterloo Square on the corner of Waterloo Road and West Kings House Road by summer 2019. ... Read More

Grace patties making a great turnover in US market
A year after diversifying into the business of manufacturing and distributing frozen patties, conglomerate GraceKennedy is already boasting on an increased sale of the product by 200 per cent.... Read More

As JIF closes, tourism minister appeals for investments in shopping

BY HORACE HINES Observer staff reporter hinesh@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, June, 15 2018    

Insisting that the shopping experience in Jamaica is woefully lacking, Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett is wooing international investors into the destination to take the plunge in that arena. Read More

Young restaurateurs take Jamaican cuisine to Vermont

Friday, June, 15 2018    

MONTPELIER, United States (AP) — Kool Runninz is an apt remodelling of an old Jamaican tradition that takes advantage of the full flavour of a tropical island's favourite fare. Read More

Sygnus to list US$, J$ shares on Monday

Friday, June, 15 2018    

Tripling its initial subscription target of US$10 million to raise a total of US$33.5 million ($4.2 billion), Sygnus Credit Investments Ltd will on Monday list its shares on the main J$ and US$ market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE). Read More

Nicaragua: two months of deadly chaos

Friday, June, 15 2018    

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AFP) — A nationwide strike in Nicaragua on Thursday comes after two months of escalating crisis in which a government crackdown on mass protests has left more than 150 people dead. Read More

Venezuela's hyperinflation at new dizzying high

Friday, June, 15 2018    

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — Venezuela's sky-high inflation soared to 24,571 per cent in the past 12 months, lawmakers said Monday. Read More

ExxonMobil announces the start of drilling off shore in Guyana

Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, (CMC) — The US-based oil giant ExxonMobil yesterday announced that it has started development drilling offshore. Read More

Unicomer $8-billion bond offer a success

Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

Lifestyle conglomerate Unicomer, which trades as Courts, has successfully closed an $8-billion bond offer. Read More

Coke-Hamilton comes out tops for UN role

BY RICHARD BROWNE Business editor browner@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

Pamela Coke-Hamilton, executive director of the Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) based in Barbados, has been appointed as director, Division on International Trade and Comodities (ITC), D2 in United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Secretary... Read More

JSE Main Market currently trading in record territory

BY DENNISE WILLIAMS Observer writer | Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

John Jackson, investor guru and blogger of ICInsider.com , announced in January that selected stocks would continue to flourish. Chairman of Mayberry Investments Chris Berry says that we are in the third leg of a bull run and investors... Read More

EPOC supports independent fiscal council... and people power

Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

Co-chair of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), Keith Duncan has welcomed the establishment of an independent fiscal council, but is insisting that analysis of the effectiveness of public expenditure be on the forefront of the new council's agenda. Read More

VMBS expands to New York

BY DENNISE WILLIAMS Observer writer | Wednesday, June, 13 2018    

Over 30,000 members of the Diaspora who are Victoria Mutual Building Society clients in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will now have expanded access to financial services from the Jamaican-based organisation. Read More



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