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Meet the judge, the ex-Reserve Bank boss and veteran stock-broker overseeing the PIC inquiry

Jan 22 2019 21:16

Fin24 profiles thee three commissioners heading the inquiry into alleged impropriety, mismanagement, abuse of whistle-blowers and information leaks at state-run asset manager the Public Investment Corporation.


MasterCard fined €570.6m for ramping up EU card fees

Jan 22 2019 21:36

MasterCard has been fined €570.6m by the European Union for imposing rules that regulators say may have artificially raised the costs of card payments in the region.


WATCH: Gloomy outlook, few world leaders for Davos 2019

Jan 22 2019 19:31

An array of crises will keep several world leaders away from the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, which takes place against a backdrop of deepening gloom over the global economic and political outlook.


ANC calls for end to sanctions against Zimbabwe

Jan 22 2019 20:52

The African National Congress has called for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe, where clashes between security forces and anti-government protesters claimed at least 12 lives.


Analysis & Opinion


Freebie app for beautiful people is marketing gone wild

Something has gone awry in the way we approach marketing – but it’s not...


Wandile Sihlobo: All eyes on maize output

A notable uptick of South Africa’s headline food price inflation is unlikely,...


Don't panic - stick to your financial plan

The best time to invest is when markets are down, says Werner Erasmus....


Mnangagwa: Lesson learnt, a leopard does not change its spots

In Zimbabwe, there is a saying: sometimes you celebrate the coming of...


How to deal with Eskom's ever-rising electricity tariffs

Eskom has applied to Nersa for a 15% tariff increase from 1 April 2019...

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Stocks turn lower as trade worries seep back

Jan 22 2019 14:30

Stock markets have fallen as profit-takers stepped in following a recent run higher, while a report fuelled worries about the progress of China-US trade talks.

Oil declines on concerns over China, global economic growth

Jan 22 2019 14:09

Oil fell amid mounting concerns that slowing growth in China, and the global economy in general, will undermine demand for crude.

Asia stocks flavour of the day: Davos with hint of growth worries

Jan 22 2019 11:58

Tuesday marked the start of the World Economic Forum in Davos, where global leaders meet to discuss issues ranging from growth concerns to politics – subjects that have been of particular interest to investors lately.

London stocks rise, pound lower before Brexit 'Plan B'

Jan 21 2019 14:50

London's stock market climbed Monday, aided by a falling pound, with traders awaiting the UK government's Brexit 'Plan B'l.

Poor earnings season may not stop a market rally, JPMorgan says

Jan 21 2019 13:35

The coming earnings season is likely to be ugly, but that may not be taken badly by an equity market that’s already anticipating negative news, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

European stocks dip at open

Jan 21 2019 11:37

European stocks eased at the open Monday, with traders awaiting the UK government's Brexit 'Plan B'.



Old hands attempting new ventures

Jan 21 2019 14:31

Established entrepreneurs in the mining industry are setting their sights on the hard-to-find minerals, especially those that feed the electrical vehicle manufacturing industry.

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