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South Africa's current account deficit has narrowed in the first quarter, helped by increased external demand while a weaker rand boosted local exports.
South Africa's consumer price index‚ was 5.6% year on year in May after a 5.9% y/y increase in April‚ Statistics SA says.
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Mining magnate and billionaire Patrice Motsepe has reportedly donated R12m to reduce poverty and unemployment in Cape Town.
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The audit firm Nkonki honoured state owned companies for achievements in integrated reporting - including financial performance and stakeholder relationships.
Consumers must monitor their credit health and approach their debt counsellors and credit providers for assistance, urges the National Credit Regulator.
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The rand has been boosted by better than expected domestic economic data‚ ahead of the keenly awaited speech on the US economy by US Federal Reserve Chairman.
Alexander Forbes says that profit from continuing operations before non-trading items increased 9%‚ while pre-tax profit rose by 11% in the year to end March.
The JSE has opened on the back foot as basket selling dented equities despite futures pointing to a positive start.
Famous Brands had a 16.8% increase in sales for the quarter ended May 31, the company says.
The National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa has declared a wage dispute with companies in the motor retail industry, a senior official says.
The rand has been flat against the dollar ahead of first quarter current account data and a US Federal Reserve statement.
Tokyo stocks closed 1.83% higher ahead of the Federal Reserve ending its policy meeting and as official data showed Japan's exports soared in May.
Chinese shares were down 0.81% in early trading due to worries over a share glut that could be triggered by the resumption of new stock offers, dealers say.
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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says the revenue outlook could dim further if markets react adversely to an upcoming announcement by the US.
The number of millionaires globally jumped to 12 million, in part because of simultaneous strength in the stock, bond and real estate markets, a study shows.
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South Africa’s owners of small and medium businesses are less confident about the country’s stringent labour laws, according to a report by Business Partners.
Tokyo stocks ended the morning session 1.25% higher on Wednesday, following gains on Wall Street and an increase in Japanese exports thanks to a weaker yen.
Sweden's government says it will sell up to 5.7% of Nordea, the largest Nordic bank, reducing its holding to 7.8%.
A new investment service by Imara S P Reid Stockbrokers which will open up African share and bond markets to local retail investors is set to launch soon.
Very true. Bad debt can definitely put a strain on and ruin relationships.
Untrue. People in your life should accept your debt situation.
Hard to say as I have never been affected by major debt.
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