Reproduced with permission, the full text of Dr. Delisle Worrell – former Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados – November 2019 newsletter: The International Banking Seminar held on October 20, following the conclusion of the Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank, was an occasion to reflect on the main concerns of the…Read More DeLisle Worrell: Investment, Inequality and Coordination Between Governments and Central Banks
October 2019 saw four murders taking place in Barbados. The victims were: Leandrew Sharvar Coward (33), Keron Anthony Hodge (44), Stephen McDonald Cadogan (60) and Jamar Omar Haynes (32). The victims were all attacked in the parish of St. Michael. Three of the four were gun-related deaths (the other, knife-related). The total murder count for…Read More Barbados Murder Statistics October 2019
Press Release No.19/393 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 4, 2019 IMF Executive Board Completes Sixth and Final Review under the Stand-By Arrangement for Jamaica The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) completed the sixth and final review of Jamaica’s performance under the program supported by the Stand-By Arrangement (SBA). Jamaica’s sustained policy discipline, together…Read More IMF PR – Jamaica: IMF Executive Board Completes Sixth and Final Review under the Stand-By Arrangement for Jamaica
September 2019 saw at least one murder taking place in Barbados. Kevin Atherley, 25, was killed in a stabbing incident in the parish of St. Philip. For the year so far (January to September) there have been at least 37 murders. Previous reports have the shown number of murders per parish. Based on this information,…Read More Barbados Murder Statistics September 2019
From mid-night October 6 consumers in Barbados paid less for gasoline and diesel. The retail price of gasoline fell from $3.81 BDS per litre to $3.65, a decrease of 16 cents / 4.2% from the previous month. The retail price of diesel fell from $3.03 BDS per litre to $3.01, a decrease of 1 cent /…Read More Barbados Fuel Price Change October 2019
Reproduced with permission, the full text of Dr. Delisle Worrell – former Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados – October 2019 newsletter: One often hears the comment that there are hundreds of millions of dollars of idle funds at commercial banks that ought to be directed to investment projects to create employment and grow…Read More DeLisle Worrell: You Need US Dollars, not Barbados Dollar Savings, in Order to Invest
For 2017, I counted a total of at least 31 murders for the year. In my previous posts, the focus has always been on that of the victim and included details such as their name, age, location where it happened, how and their gender. This post will shift the focus to those who have been…Read More Barbados 2017 Murders Revisited – Who Was Charged?