Terry Bell says the labour movement in SA is currently in a state of confusion.
Solly Moeng wonders if the NPA head will reinstate criminal charges against president Zuma.
Jac Laubscher asks if the true exchange rate of the rand is really a cue from commodity prices.
The JSE has buckled under the wave of pessimism about the world’s economic prospects, which has a detrimental effect on share and commodity prices and EM currencies.
Equity market investors have suffered heavy losses in Nigeria and Ghana but enjoyed good returns in South Africa for the four months ended April 29 2016.
Gold shares have been the biggest JSE benefactors from the dollar''s slide to a new 18-month low against the yen.
Share prices have mostly been lower as the market’s attention turned to the rand, which strengthened to its best level in a week on the back of a weaker dollar.
Gold shares have been the big winners on the JSE as the dollar took a hammering on global markets, amid quiet trade with many investors away for a long weekend.
The JSE has hardly moved, with many market players away on a mid-year break and as investors await the outcome of central bank meetings in the US and Japan.
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright, the man who came forward this week as bitcoin's founder, is backtracking from his claim
Is good - it will ease the burden on consumers
Won’t dent the economy much
Doesn’t matter, as it doesn’t affect me
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