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Gov’t drove 59% of $523m reserve rise

The Government accounted for 59 percent of the 2022 first quarter’s $523m rise in The Bahamas’ foreign currency reserves, the Central Bank’s governor has revealed, although the banking sector subsequently took on the greater share.

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Port’s profits to decline 7% despite pre-COVID bounce

Nassau’s major commercial shipping port is forecasting a 7 percent year-over-year profit decline for 2022 despite predicting container volumes will return to pre-COVID levels in the first quarter.

$6m claims jump drives Bahamas First into loss

Bahamas First has warned “it will take some time” to correct problems with its Cayman subsidiary’s life and health portfolio that have been blamed for a $6m-plus jump in claims payouts.

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