After seeing signs of improvement in the travel industry at the start of the year, conditions are beginning to get a bit murky.
“All of the data says the economy remains very weak, that the weakness is likely to persist. The possibility of a double dip is weighing heavily over the stock market.”
A carelessly penned editorial in The Nassau Guardian appears to blame Prime Minister Ingraham for the worldwide economic challenges when, in fact, his response to the crisis has been admirable.
Critics portray the foreign getaway as tone-deaf to the deep economic anxiety back home. Every first family takes vacations: but Mrs Obama chose to visit a foreign country rather than support its fragile economy at home.
Former minister of state for finance, James Smith recently expressed concern that the possibility of a “double dip” recession in…