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Kenyatta's new law sends bank stocks tumbling

Aug 26 2016 16:28

Banking stocks on the Nairobi Stock Exchange have slumped following a decision by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to sign off a law that caps interest rates on loans.


JSE treads water as world awaits Yellen speech

Aug 26 2016 13:53

The JSE has been in limbo together with global markets, with the major indices moving only marginally as investors mostly occupied the sidelines.

Bluetel R18,52 R19,35 4,48%
Assore R153,92 R159,64 3,72%
Glencore R33,31 R34,20 2,67%
Sanlam R63,91 R65,22 2,05%
Bhpbill R196,30 R200,24 2,01%
Anglo R156,56 R159,27 1,73%
Mr Price R216,27 R220,00 1,72%
Spar R193,71 R196,98 1,69%
Capitec R590,00 R599,54 1,62%
Fambrands R150,25 R152,42 1,44%

Assets extend slump as JSE tracks global markets

Aug 25 2016 13:36

Assets slumped further as the finance minister said he would not appear before the Hawks, while share prices on the JSE have been more in line with global markets.


JSE financials reel as Gordhan probe escalates

Aug 24 2016 13:20

The JSE's banking sector has been hard hit after a probe around Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan took a new twist, but there were gains among rand hedge stocks.


Resources rise but rest of JSE in doldrums

Aug 23 2016 14:07

Resources shares have been the stars on the JSE, but the rest of the market was still in limbo as the big dual-listed shares took a breather after their strong run.


JSE heavyweights rally on weak rand

Aug 22 2016 13:30

The big dual-listed shares on the JSE, which represent most of the market’s value, have staged an impressive comeback after languishing in the doldrums.

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