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By Dr Terrance K Martin Financial Markets Outlook Volatility in the US and world stock markets had been absent for most of the last decade but has been more apparent throughout much of 2018. I expect to see this volatility to continue for the remainder of the year as the markets have become very sensitive […]

The post Commentary: The CCJ Trust Fund and capital markets appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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By Ben Anson Living in a struggling nation like Honduras, I come face to face with poverty al diario. It is something that greatly if not entirely shapes a country and its people. The Honduran, alongside his immediate neighbours the Nicaraguan, Salvadoran, Guatemalan, Belizean, Cuban, Dominican and Haitian amongst many other nationalities, is forced to […]

The post Commentary: A march fuelled by hunger appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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By Tiberiu Dianu I haven’t heard of any American president describing himself, at least in public, let alone in front of a large crowd, as “a nationalist.” And even a proud one. Not that we haven’t had any nationalist presidents so far. George Washington was a nationalist when, together with Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, […]

The post Commentary: Donald Trump and the American populist-nationalism appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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ESPN cricinfo- West Indies’ next-gen T20I stars, plucked out of the Caribbean Premier League 2018, were tipped to challenge India more than their ODI and Test sides had done. Their batsmen cobbled only 109 for 8, but their bowlers, led by debutant quick Oshane Thomas, ambushed India’s top order and ran them close, before Dinesh Karthik and Krunal Pandya, also …
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Dear Sir: After reading the essay “A Caribbean secretary-general for the OAS”, I hope Sir Ronald Sanders is not preaching just to his own choir, because no one, but no one in the Caribbean or as a matter in fact in Latin America is better qualified than Ron Sanders to become the next secretary general […]

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Dear Sir: Today I am speaking out and standing up, and it feels good. The health of a democracy depends on the extent to which its citizens accept this practical necessity as our obligation, as our duty as citizens. And our dutiful actions as concerned citizens, which is so vital to our system of government. […]

The post Letter: Sheldon Scott must know that threats matter appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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Dear Sir: As we celebrate Divali, a religious festival, food and family is at its centre. The impact of natural hazards and disasters on agriculture, food and nutrition security, and family life remain in the hearts and minds of many citizens across the country; especially farmers, whose fortunes and livelihood are doubly impacted. Let this […]

The post Letter: Shine your light on Trinidad and Tobago appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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Dear Sir: We are saddened by the tragedies of hate crimes in Pittsburgh, PA, on last Saturday and in Jeffersontown, KY, last Wednesday. Our souls grieve for the families, the communities, and our country. In the United States, the most advanced democracy in the world, we have fallen off track. We are hurdling towards a […]

The post Letter: Hate crimes appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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For the results from Schools Football on Friday November 2nd, Micoud Secondary defeated Stanley Jon Odlum Secondary 3-0. Goal scorers: Geovanni Augustin, Klivert Gray and Saviola Elva. Piaye did not show up for their game against Ciceron. Sir Arthur Lewis Community College vs Saint Mary’s College: 0-0. Entrepot Secondary vs Grand Riviere Secondary: 1-1 .   Goal …
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