July 26, 2021

Statement to the Legislative Assembly on Finance Minister of the Year Award By Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin, MBE, JP, MLA

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Statement to the Legislative Assembly on Finance Minister of the Year Award By Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin, MBE, JP, MLA 10 October, 2016 Madam Speaker, I rise today to formally advise this Honourable House and the broader public that our own Minister of Finance the Hon. Marco Archer has been named Finance Minister of the […]

Growth, Value, and Dividend Aristocrats

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By: Ashley Kindergan From The Financialist There are numerous reasons to be optimistic about global equities in the coming year. Capital is plentiful; central banks in Europe, the United Kingdom, and some Asian economies have an easing bias; and the equity strategists on Credit Suisse’s Global Markets team believe the equity risk premium is higher […]

A blueprint for Brazil’s fiscal reforms

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By Ashley Kindergan From The Financialist Golden globe with emphasis on Brazil and its economy. It went down to the wire, but the stadiums are complete, the brand-new metro line is up and running, and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro are officially underway. When it comes to the Brazilian economy, on the […]

Brexit and brakes

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By Ashley Kindergan From The Financialist And so it begins. Even before the Brexit vote, corporate profits in the U.K. were already under pressure from a combination of sluggish global growth and rising wages. But now, several weeks after referendum, business confidence in the U.K. is officially cratering. Credit Suisse’s Global Markets team expects corporate […]

A Longer Wait for the Fed

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By Ashley Kindergan From The Financialist The Federal Reserve is expected to keep monetary policy unchanged over the next few months as the central bank continues to assess the underlying strength of the U.S. economy, especially after the Brexit vote raised concerns that a potential slowdown in the U.K. economy could have a significant spillover […]