25-27: Jamaica Stock Exchange sixth Regional Investments & Capital Markets Conference 'Survival of the Fittest', Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston.
What does JSE stand for?
JSE stands for Jamaica Stock Exchange
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of JSE
We have 52 other meanings of JSE in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Staff Doctrine Sponsor (US DoD)
- Jonathan Stephenson Design Services (UK)
- JStamp Development Station (Systronix, Inc.)
- Jugoslovanske socialnodemokratske stranke
- Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy
- Japanese Society of Diatomology (est. 1980)
- Java Shared Data Toolkit (Java Application Environment)
- Joint Strategic Deployment Training Center
- Japan Society for Dying With Dignity
- Japan Shielded Enclosures Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc.
- Japanese Society of Echocardiography (heart health)
- Japanese Society of Electrocardiology
- Japanese Society of Endourology (est. 1987)
- Japanese Society of Ethnology (est. 1934)
- Java Script Editor (computer programming)
- Java Standard Edition (formerly J2SE; Sun Microsystems)
- Job Search Engine
- Johann Strauss Ensemble (est. 1985)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to local media reports the trading loss, posted in financials on the Jamaica Stock Exchange this month, was due to a reduction in revenues and also expenses which led the association to record a loss in operations of JMD33.
Where negotiations, mergers and takeovers are concerned, the Companies Act and rules of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE, if the entity is listed) would apply.
anti-trust), there are no barriers to foreign investment with regard to acquisitions and mergers; Where negotiations, mergers and takeovers are concerned, the Companies Act and Rules of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) (if the entity is listed) would apply.
It is listed on the Barbados, Trinidad and Jamaica Stock exchanges.
The purchase of Carib Cement gives TCL, which recently listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange, its third cement plant in the Caribbean following its acquisition of Barbados' Arawak Cement; TCL outbid Mexico's Cemex for control of the loss-making Jamaican plant which is carrying debt of close to US$100 million, paying three times the stock market valuation.