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Wednesday, 22 October 2014
This Morning's Headlines
Big focus on Nene's tax messages
Signs of consistency on tax policy and proposals in the long term will be important in Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's first mini budget, says an expert.
Inflation slows to under 6%
The country's headline consumer inflation slowed to 5.9% year-on-year in September, below market expectations of 6.1%, says Statistics South Africa.
Travel & Leisure
SAA seeks to cash in on Vic Falls demand
South African Airways has reportedly applied for seven more flights into Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls to cash in on growing demand from intercontinental destinations.
Northam launches R6.6bn BEE deal
Northam Platinum has agreed to a R6.6bn deal with black shareholders that will see it increase its black ownership to over a third.
Latest News
EU's Juncker pledges investment plan for jobs
Fears of tough penalties grow in India
Lawmakers in Japan eye casino to hasten recovery
Pledges to UN Ebola fund more than double
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SA economy in serious trouble - DA
Post Office strike deal is off for now
Consumers urged to be on scam alert
We stand by govt on e-tolls, says Zulu
All eyes on Nene for mini budget
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Markets Data »   View full markets data
SA Indices Level % Change
Top 40 43 311,84 0.17%
All Share 48 469,78 0.13%
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World Markets Level % Change
DOW IND 16 614,81 0.00%
FTSE 100 6 360,65 0.18%
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Commodities Price % Change
GOLD $1 246,83 0.41%
OIL $ 86,45 1.30%
PLATINUM $1 272,00 0.93%
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Currencies Price % Change
ZAR/EUR R 14,01 0.75%
ZAR/GBP R 17,69 0.75%
ZAR/USD R 11,04 0.02%
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SA Equities Top 100
Selected from the SA Equities Top 100 by market cap.
Winners Price % Change
TKG Telkom Sa Soc Limite... R55.47 3.88
AFH Alexander Forbes Gro... R7.95 1.92
KIO Kumba Iron Ore Limit... R291.23 1.56
WHL Woolworths Holdings ... R72.25 1.50
OML Old Mutual Plc R32.15 1.45
Losers Price % Change
BTI British American Tob... R587.57 -4.16
NEP New Europe Property ... R103.50 -2.75
NHM Northam Platinum Lim... R34.86 -2.63
DST Distell Group Limite... R128.15 -2.50
HAR Harmony Gold Mining ... R21.68 -1.90
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Data provided by McGregor BFA.
Company News
SAA seeks to cash in on Vic Falls demand
British American Tobacco sales down
Northam launches R6.6bn BEE deal
Lawmakers in Japan eye casino to hasten recovery
Heads to roll after Total CEO's crash
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