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2017-05-19 15:39 In the markets: What to watch this week Investors will be looking to the South African Reserve Bank this week as it is expected to make its interest rate decision on Thursday.
2017-05-18 13:18 General Motors exits SA General Motors’ restructuring of its international markets boils down to disinvesting in the country.
2017-05-16 10:07 Trump dumps market bumps In the wake of another self-created Trump controversy, it is interesting to look at how markets are responding to the US president's short time in office.
2017-05-15 14:41 Show me the shale It is believed that South Africa has vast reserves of shale gas, but it is not yet clear when – or even if – this natural resource will be exploited.
2017-05-15 09:46 Infrastructure drive or dive? Government has been on a massive albeit struggling infrastructure drive for years, and the recent downgrades by rating agencies will only make the situation worse as parastatals are also affecte ...

In the markets: What to watch this week 2017-05-14 21:49 Key local economic data that will be released this week includes retail and motor trade sales for March, and statistics of civil cases for debt.
In the markets: What to watch this week 2017-05-08 05:42 The market will keep a close eye on economic data being released over the next few days, as it could reflect the effects of the recent Cabinet reshuffle on the economy.
Vital part of SA economy still being ignored 2017-04-26 15:59 Although informal trade contributes almost 10% of the country’s GDP, the government does little to support the thousands of South Africans who make a living in this sector.
In the markets: What to watch this week 2017-04-24 10:11 Despite recent political upheaval and the ratings downgrades, the rand has fared better than expected. Will this hold as the ANC's electoral conference in December approaches?
In the markets: What to watch this week 2017-04-18 08:04 Consumer spending forms the largest part of SA’s GDP. This week we take a close look at consumer confidence and how this important indicator will be affected by the current state of affairs.
Adding fuel to the fire 2017-04-12 14:08 The planned nuclear build programme has been contentious from the start. New ministers of finance and energy, as well as some sketchy media reports, make for an explosive combination.