The bidding war for Banks Holdings Ltd takes a new twist as the Concerned Shareholders Group demand answers following the latest circular issued by the company’s directors.
Management of the state-run Barbados National Oil Company assures residents in areas surrounding its Woodbourne oilfields in St Philip that there is no need for fear over a major gas leak.
The newly-nominated BLP candidate for Christ Church East Central, Ryan Straughn, has sworn to work with his four colleagues of the five-constituency parish for a clean sweep in the next election.

One Response to BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – October 30, 2015

  1. jrsmith October 30, 2015 at 1:03 pm

    As I said before, this is the eye opener for bajans, this is how it happens, a good corporate battle, played out in public. this was pending for some time now, our politicians cant get involve, because this is way over their heads. they must sit back and learn something. hooray, hooray. I wish I had a block, of 200k shares in (BHL). this is wonderful stuff.

    This may open bajans interest on playing the stock markets, and not thinking on the political corrupt cover up of CLICO. there is a lot more to come.


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