If people can be financially safe, economies can also be safe, says Edward Ingram.
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Stocks on the JSE started the day like a sprinter racing from the starting blocks, but the market could not maintain the pace.
The upward momentum on the JSE, which started last week, seems to be gaining real momentum.
Major industrial shares and dual-listed shares with big market capitalisations have edged higher on the JSE, pulling the market modestly higher.
SA stocks have ended slightly lower, snapping a four-day winning streak, dragged down partly by Anglo American Platinum which issued a profit warning.
Share prices on the JSE have started higher but then lost ground as the excitement around the massive capital injection into the eurozone’s economy wore off.
South African stocks have ended higher, extending their winning run to a fourth straight day with miners among the biggest gainers.
South Africans will have the opportunity to be part of a new world record attempt and all it takes is a pout, smile and click.
Is welcome relief for motorists
Stays a burden on the taxpayer
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