June 2017 07
May 2017 Economic Review
Posted By : SupMaSol

Rains in May and the attendant damage to key infrastructure are likely to adversely impact the fiscal accounts as well as inflation over the short term. [pdf-embedder url="http://www.supmasol.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Economic-Review-May-2017.pdf" title="Economic Review May 2017"]  

May 2017 08
April 2017 Economic Review
Posted By : SupMaSol

Executive Summary: The Bank of Jamaica reduced its 30-Day CD rate by 25 bps to 4.75%, in an effort to influence market interest rates lower. It cited expanding economic activity and low inflation, expanding private…

April 2017 08
March 2017 Economic Review
Posted By : SupMaSol

Executive Summary: The budget has been cast on the macroeconomic assumptions of 2%-3% real economic growth, low inflation and a relatively stable FX rate. The priority objectives for FY2017/18 and through the medium term, as…

April 2017 06
Purity Easter Bun Teaser
Posted By : SupMaSol

For over 50 years, Purity have been serving households in Jamaica. Today the Chang Family continues that proud tradition by providing families with a wide variety of breads and buns that are sure to please everyone.…

March 2017 05
February 2017 Economic Review
Posted By : SupMaSol

Executive Summary: The 2017/18 expenditure budget has been tabled in the Houses of Parliament. The budget calls for expenditure of $710.0B, a 19.8% increase over the revised 2016/17 estimates. This is a significant reversal as…

February 2017 07
January 2017 Economic Review
Posted By : Kemar

Executive Summary Macroeconomic stability has become entrenched. Inflation and the current account deficit are at historical lows, and international reserves have more than doubled. Access to domestic and international financial markets has been restored, buoyed…