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Residential property market on the way to recovery in the Caribbean

The property market is recovering on several islands in the Caribbean, in particular Mustique, with last year being one of consolidation, according to the latest analysis.

Some islands are still feeling the impact of Hurricane Irma in 2017, says the Caribbean report from international real estate firm Knight Frank, which points out that in the British Virgin Islands and St Martin the re-build will be a slower process.

Overall some 70% of the Caribbean islands were unaffected by Hurricane Irma including Barbados, Mustique, Grenada and St Lucia. Mustique, home to the Cotton House Hotel and around 120 villas, saw record sales volumes in 2018 with a number of properties currently under offer and limited supply.

Sales in the Bahamas slowed slightly in 2018, although British, US and Scandinavian buyers…

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How to Drive Equity Residential (EQR) and Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited (RCL) in Current Scenario?

Fain Richard D, Chairman & CEO, sold 20,000 shares of the Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL) in an exchange that happened on June 13th, 2018. The stock was sold at an average price of $108.22 per share, amounting to a transaction worth $2,164,489. The sale was made public in a document filed with the SEC. Additionally, Chairman & CEO Fain Richard D sold 20,000 shares of this stock in a transaction that took place on May 14th, 2018. The stock was sold at an average price of $106.61 per share, for a total exchange amounting to $2,132,121. After the transaction, the Chairman & CEO Fain Richard D currently holds 862,537 shares of the company’s stock, which is worth approximately $93041866.

With this stock price’s latest movement, it is now -20.48% away from its 1-year high…

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College to unveil plaques honoring first women, African-American residential students April 19

Where the plaques on the Sir Christopher Wren Building’s piazza has been marked. The plaques will be unveiled April 19. COURTESY PHOTO / WM.EDU

The Sir Christopher Wren Building piazza is adorned with plaques commemorating notable College of William and Mary firsts, from the first law school to the first honor code. At a public ceremony April 19, the College will unveil two new plaques honoring the university’s first female and African-American residential students.

One of these tablets will include the names of the College’s first three African-American residential students: Lynn Briley ’71, Karen Ely ’71 and Janet Brown Strafer ’71, M.Ed. ’77. These three women have been honored throughout the 2017-18 academic year and will be honored once more during May’s Commencement…

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UNM to open residential hall for African American students

Starting Fall 2018, Essence Hall will give undergraduates the opportunity to experience an on-campus living and learning residential community focused on African-American students.

The new space was created through a partnership between Residence Life & Student Housing at the University of New Mexico, the Black Student Alliance and African American Student Services.

Essence Hall will be composed of 25 rooms on the third floor of Coronado Hall, with a mixture of double and single living spaces. It will be one of 18 interest-specific living learning communities offered at UNM.

Dannelle Kirven, a junior studying communication and journalism and criminology, helped create this initiative.

The idea to create this community began in 2015 after “complaints of black students about…

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