Sunday, May 31, 2020
Bahamas consulate advises residents in U.S. to exercise caution

As violent protests continue across some parts of the United

No ‘definitive date’ for Atlantis reopening

Atlantis said yesterday it still does not have "a definitive

Bahamian in Minneapolis fearful as city burns

While cars, buildings and dumpsters were set on fire in

Restrictions relaxed

A weekday 24-hour curfew, which has been in place since

Minnis: Widespread testing not as necessary in The Bahamas

Prime Minister and Minister of Health Dr. Hubert Minnis claimed


The government is looking to overflight fees and dormant aragonite mining contracts, among other options, for unexpected revenue in its 2020/2021 national budget moving forward, Deputy

Chamber now looking toward having businesses reopen on weekends

Now that many businesses are allowed to reopen throughout the week, Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation (BCCEC) Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Beckles said the

CIBC FirstCaribbean bracing for $37M net income decline amid COVID-19

CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (Bahamas) is bracing for a $37 million net income decline given the economic outlook caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the

Govt to borrow majority of funds in foreign currency

The government intends to borrow the bulk of its expected $1.3 billion debt load in foreign currency, Acting Financial Secretary Marlon Johnson said yesterday, adding

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