The Jamaica Stock Exchange on April 15, 2005 donated $3.8 million to the Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre, to repair the ceiling and roof of its Physiotherapy and Occupational therapy departments which were destroyed by Hurricane Ivan. Speaking at the presentation of the letter of commitment at the hospital, JSE’s Executive Chairman, Roy Johnson pointed […]
The Council of the Jamaica Stock Exchange expresses its condolences on the recent passing of the Hon. Alfred Rattray, former civil servant and attorney-at-law who was instrumental in the founding of the JSE. Mr. Rattray, who spearheaded the drafting of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the JSE in 1968, ensured that a number […]
Trading in Dyoll’s shares was suspended on February 15, 2005 because of its failure to provide material information to the JSE in keeping with the Exchange’s Policy Statement on Timely Disclosure (JSE’s Rule Book Appendix 8). In a second news release on March 1, 2005 the Jamaica Stock Exchange announced its intention to investigate trading […]
The Chairman of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) Mr. Roy L. Johnson, has today suspended trading in shares of Dyoll Group Ltd. The JSE has required that the Company make a public announcement in response to rumours that Dyoll Group has experienced material financial losses. This information has not been reported to the JSE in […]
The Jamaica Stock Exchange will this month welcome an additional seatholder when it admits Pan-Caribbean Financial Services Ltd. (PCFS) into membership. This was announced on Tuesday, November 30, 2004 by JSE’s Executive Chairman, Roy Johnson. He was speaking at the JSE Symposium entitled, “Going Public: Practice, Procedures and Consequences” at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.
Managing Director of NASDAQ (International), Christopher Spille, is to be the main speaker at the Jamaica Stock Exchange’s Symposium on Listing. The Symposium is to be held on Tuesday, November 30, 2004 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel at 8:30 a.m.
Trading in the shares of First Life Insurance Company Ltd., which was suspended by the Jamaica Stock Exchange because of its breach of JSE’s Rules, is to resume on Friday, October 15, 2004.
The Jamaica Stock Exchange on October 11, 2004 suspended trading in the shares of First Life Ltd. as a result of its failure to abide by JSE’s Rules regarding “Communication of Announcements” by public listed companies.
The Jamaica Stock Exchange will once again be having its Analyst of the Year Competition. The Competition invites persons within the financial sector to analyze a company listed on the JSE and offers a first prize of $100,000. The competition will be monitored by an evaluation committee headed by Harry Abrikian, Snr. Lecturer in the […]
For the first time in its history the JSE’s Index soared passed the 100, 000 mark on April 1, 2004.