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International Markets

How 'spoofing' might have crashed the market

Apr 27 2015 21:32

Alleged flash-crash spoofer Navinder Singh Sarao is the sort of day-trader who whines a lot about how markets are rigged against him, says Bloomberg's Matt Levine.

Economy

Eskom: Maintenance work carried out successfully

Apr 27 2015 20:28

Eskom claimed that it had successfully conducted maintenance and added a further 1 453 megawatts of generating capacity back into the national grid.

Economy

Women still carry burden of unpaid care work

Apr 27 2015 17:15

In an era of unprecedented global wealth, millions of women are still consigned to work in low paid, poor quality jobs, according to a report.

Eskom

Medupi: ANC makes millions

Apr 27 2015 15:29

Chancellor House, the ANC's investment company, has allegedly earned R50m from shares in a company with huge contracts from Eskom, reports Netwerk24.

Economy

Gauteng pays the best salaries

Apr 27 2015 13:42

Salaries in Gauteng are on average still the best in South Africa, according to the latest salary review by Career Junction.

Industrial

Ford recall because door could 'fly open'

Apr 27 2015 12:33

Ford has issued a safety recall for certain models due to a door latch issue that creates the potential for a door to unlatch while driving.

Economy

Zim a very difficult environment - Old Mutual

Apr 27 2015 11:25

Old Mutual Zimbabwe says vacancies at its properties have grown to 19% as the operating environment in the country continues to deteriorate.

Commodities

Oil near 4-month high amid supply risk

Apr 27 2015 10:43

Oil has traded near the highest price since December on concern that Middle East supplies may be disrupted as Saudi Arabia expands its military campaign in Yemen.

 

In other news

British EU exit could hit UK GDP hard - study

Apr 27 2015 20:00

If Britain leaves the European Union it could knock up to 14% off its gross domestic product by 2030, according to a study by two leading German institutes.

Lagos port bottleneck for Africa's top economy

Apr 27 2015 19:15

The road leading to the Lagos port, which handles nearly everything that Africa's biggest economy imports, is one of the most congested in the megacity.

Tullow unaffected by Ghana sea border ruling

Apr 27 2015 18:30

Energy explorer Tullow says it is unaffected by an order that Ghana is not to carry out any new oil drilling in disputed waters with neighbour Ivory Coast.

Double coup for V&A Waterfront green building

Apr 27 2015 18:07

The Green Building Council of South AfricaIn has honoured the V&A Waterfront for its high-level environmentally friendly and sustainable operating efficiency.

Bank stocks get another look as climate improves

Apr 27 2015 17:45

European banking shares are attracting interest again as the outlook for lending improves and valuations look to be bottoming out.

Big UK banks face further misconduct charges

Apr 27 2015 17:00

Britain's biggest banks face another $29bn of charges relating to past misconduct over the next two years, says ratings agency Standard & Poor's.

US stocks extend record-setting rally

Apr 27 2015 16:00

US stocks have opened higher, extending last week's record-breaking rally at the start of a busy week on Wall St.

UK govt will oppose BP takeover - reports

Apr 27 2015 15:45

The British government has warned oil giant BP that it would oppose a foreign takeover of the company, according to media reports.

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ACP Acucap Properties LimitedR57.01R0.000.00%
AFE A E C I LimitedR136.00R0.000.00%
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AGL Anglo American PlcR199.41R0.000.00%
AMS Anglo American Plat LtdR303.85R0.000.00%
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ZED Zeder Investments LimitedR8.80R0.000.00%
WHL Woolworths Holdings Limit...R92.20R0.000.00%
VOD Vodacom Group LimitedR149.14R0.000.00%
TSH Tsogo Sun Holdings Limite...R28.10R0.000.00%
TRU Truworths International L...R91.87R0.000.00%
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World

Solar power shaking up global energy

Apr 26 2015 13:25

A crash in the prices of photovoltaic panels and improved technology that harnesses more power from the sun has placed solar on the cusp of a global boom, analysts say.

 

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