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Oil hits three-month low on supply glut

Jul 26 2016 15:18

New York oil prices have slid to a new three-month low, as the market was dogged by resurgent fears over stubborn oversupply.


SHARE WATCH: Pokémon GO and the world of gaming

Jul 26 2016 11:18

Overberg Asset Management analyst Kirk Swart looks at Pokémon GO and the world of gaming in this week's five shares to watch.

International Markets

Emerging stocks rise to highest in 11 months

Jul 26 2016 09:43

A gauge of emerging-market shares have risen to the highest in 11 months amid speculation policy makers will maintain a favourable environment for higher-yielding assets.


GRAPH: Highest returns come from firms that didn’t exist 20 yrs ago

Jul 26 2016 14:31

Sasfin Securities' deputy chairperson David Shapiro reveals how the highest returns over five years come from companies that didn't exist 20 years ago.


JSE error triggers SA puzzlement

Jul 25 2016 20:26

The unprecedented error by the JSE has everyone from stock analysts to economists and the SA Reserve Bank reassessing two whole months of data.

International Markets

US markets open lower as Verizon buys Yahoo web assets

Jul 25 2016 16:34

US markets have opened slightly lower as investors absorbed word of Verizon Communications's acquisition of the web assets of troubled tech giant Yahoo for $4.83bn.


Oil prices extend losses on high supplies

Jul 25 2016 14:14

Oil prices have fallen on a lingering global supply glut that last week sent the market tumbling to 2.5-month low points.

International Markets

European equities rise on German data

Jul 25 2016 14:01

Most European stocks have risen, buoyed by resilient German business confidence, ahead of this week's Japanese and US interest rate decisions.


JSE follows world stocks higher despite tech glitch

Jul 25 2016 13:38

Renewed hope of policy easing from the world’s top central banks has supported global markets and the JSE followed enthusiastically.

International Markets

Chinese shares eke out gain as volatility drops

Jul 25 2016 10:36

Chinese equities have swung between gains and losses for much of the day, with some energy companies declining amid a drop in crude prices.


Shapiro on R98bn JSE blunder: Stats don't mean anything

Jul 25 2016 10:00

Investors should not be alarmed by the JSE’s computer glitch that caused it to misrepresent foreign sellers of SA equities as net buyers of R98.10bn worth of stocks.


Steady rand eyes US rates move for direction

Jul 25 2016 10:50

The rand is currently range-bound between R14.20 and R14.40 to the dollar, ahead of the US Federal Reserve announcement, which could affect its levels.

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