Five tips to help you start the new year with a clean financial slate.
There are silver linings to dark global clouds, says Terry Bell.
Russia is not the West and Putin may well survive unscathed, says Leopold Scholtz.
Denise Anderegg has been happy enough about the Swiss National Bank's decision to charge banks for deposits.
Zimbabwean banks have already started circulating the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s imported bond coins, expected to ease the country's small change problem.
The Bankers Association of Zimbabwe says it welcomes the introduction of the new bond coins and that this will not affect change current banking limits.
The European Union has agreed on rules to stamp out tax evasion and stop dirty money from being channelled through anonymous companies.
Cyprus's largest lender has returned to the Nicosia and Athens stock markets after a 21-month absence following a banking crisis.
The Bank of England has warned Britain's banks they should expect a more exacting test next year of their defences in the event of a crisis abroad.
New, stricter capital rules for Europe's insurers could spur takeovers and consolidation among the region's 5 000 insurers after recent stress tests.
All Britain's main banks would be able to withstand a sharp fall in house prices, other than the troubled Co-operative Bank, says the Bank of England.
A former BlackRock investment manager has become only the second person to be
banned for personal dishonesty by Britain's financial watchdog.
Financial services group MMI Holdings is to buy a local stock brokerage house from Botswana's Imara Holdings to increase its exposure to wealthier investors.
Reserve Bank of Australia headquarters in Sydney's Martin Place are locked down with everyone safe inside, according to a spokesperson.
Get smart on investment and end the year with peace of mind, says Mike Abbott.
From boot sales to global stage for Khayelitsha entrepreneur.
I will be working in Saudi Arabia on a one-year contract - how will I be taxed?
Jozi ratepayers say Capetonians frustrated by rate clearance delays are not alone.
Real estate has emerged from one of its toughest down-cycles, says an expert.
An irate Cell C client is making a fresh bid to remove his blacklisting.
Compound interest can work for or against you, says an expert.
Discovery sheds light on the debate about members' claims from the Road Accident Fund.
Banks have closed their Sydney CBD branches as police have surrounded a cafe in Martin Place, home to the Reserve Bank of Australia, where hostages are being held.
Opec's secretary-general says he believes Gulf countries should continue to invest in exploration despite oil hitting a five-year low.
Steve Wozniak says he is no fan of smart watches and believes Google Glass will fail.
Unwise as they may get priced out of the market.
I don't employ a domestic worker.
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