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Yellen's exit may prompt the Fed to pare its balance sheet sooner rather than later, Goldman says

yellenIt's often said that good things come to those who wait — but a bloated $4.5 trillion balance sheet might be a notable exception to that rule.

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S Korea complains to WTO about China over Thaad


South Korea has appealed to the World Trade Organization to determine if the Chinese government is treating South Korean companies unfairly.

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JHTA calls for members to withhold property tax


THE Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) is fuming at the levels of increases in property taxes being imposed on hotels, and has called on stakeholders to withhold payments until there is consultation with the Government.

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SME loans on the rise at Scotiabank


Jacqueline Sharp, president and CEO of Scotia Group, in highlighting the performance of the group during her presentation at the Annual General Meeting on March 10, pointed to a 23 per cent growth in loans to the small business or SME sector.

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Barbados prime minister adamant – No IMF!


Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart Wednesday rejected a suggestion from former prime minister Owen Arthur that the island has no option but to go to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for assistance in dealing with the ailing economy.

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