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Agribusiness

How the Markus Jooste scandal may impact SA's biggest horse racing auction

Jan 19 2018 13:52

There are fears within the horse racing community that the scandal surrounding former Steinhoff CEO and noted racehorse owner Markus Jooste could cause a sharp decline in horse sale prices.

Retail

Steinhoff hands over 15 years of financial records to unions

Jan 19 2018 12:49

Steinhoff has agreed to allow the Federation of Unions of South Africa and the Public Servants Association access to financials as far back as 2002.

Economy

World, we need you - Mnangagwa's message to Davos

Jan 19 2018 11:01

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has made history by responding to questions from ordinary citizens at the #RoadtoDavos meeting, ahead of his trip to the World Economic Forum.

Economy

March rate cut hinges on budget, persistent rand strength

Jan 19 2018 09:54

While SARB's decision to keep the repo rate at 6.75% was in line with market expectations, a future rate cut depends on the rand's performance and the upcoming budget, say analysts.

 

Analysis & Opinion

Opinion

BOOK REVIEW: Nike founder's tale proves the power of passion

The story of Nike is about about an entrepreneur’s journey, and how one...

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Schools and democracy - a main message for 2018

The proposed curtailing of the power of school governing bodies is another...

Opinion

The land grab question: property rights versus political gain

It remains to be seen whether sacrificing existing and protected property...

Opinion

Why nuclear energy won't happen in SA - Wayne Duvenage

A fired-up civil society will challenge any energy plan with a whiff of...

Opinion

Tackling Cape Town's water crisis

Instead of well-meant but unrealistic suggestions, it makes sense to go...

In other news

Oil halts rally as IEA warns US production surge looming

Jan 19 2018 13:06

Oil has slipped as the International Energy Agency became the latest to warn of a jump in US production.

UK retailers see Black Friday hangover as sales plunge

Jan 19 2018 12:15

UK retail sales have fallen the most in 18 months in December as stores experienced their customary post-Black Friday lull.

US stocks, dollar drop amid worries over government shutdown

Jan 19 2018 07:22

Wall Street stocks have pulled back from records and the dollar fell as anxiety over a possible US government shutdown weighed on investor sentiment.

Asia markets mostly up, traders nervously eye US funding row

Jan 19 2018 07:17

Asian markets have mostly risen after another positive week across trading floors but investors' desire for more buying was being tested by profit-taking and fears about a possible US government shutdown.

European stocks climb euro, treasuries steady

Jan 18 2018 12:27

The euro has strengthened and European stocks edged higher as data out of Asia lent the global growth story more momentum.

China posts first full-year pickup since 2010 on global tailwind

Jan 18 2018 11:05

China’s economy has sealed its first full-year acceleration since 2010, underpinning global growth and giving authorities more room to purge excessive borrowing.

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FFB Fortress Reit LimitedR34.68R-1.77-4.86%
ASR Assore LimitedR406.88R-13.13-3.13%
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Steinhoff International, once the darling of fund managers, risks falling out of the JSE top 100.
 

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