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Budget 2019

Justice Malala: 2 key tasks must follow Budget 2019

Feb 22 2019 21:05

There are two key tasks that must follow on Budget 2019, according to political commentator Justice Malala.


Swedbank scandal puts spotlight on CEO's history of denials

Feb 22 2019 20:15

Swedbank was forced to backtrack on its previous assertions and has now acknowledged that it also handled suspicious transactions, which it says have been reported to the police.


WATCH: Three UK Conservatives quit party over Brexit

Feb 22 2019 20:29

Three pro-EU lawmakers from Britain's governing Conservatives have quit over the government's "disastrous handling of Brexit", in a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's attempts to unite her party around plans to leave the European Union.


The week that was: Fin24's top 5 stories

Feb 22 2019 19:07

From Patrice Motsepe's business dealings to Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's Budget Speech, here is the week that was.


Analysis & Opinion


Matshela Koko: Eskom is broken, but it wasn't the Guptas – and bailouts won't fix it

The story is being told by those eager to restructure, unbundle and ultimately...


INSIDE LABOUR: Austerity and the lack of real alternatives

What was missing in the run-up to the 2019 Budget was what had become,...


Shutting down the internet doesn't work - but governments keep doing it

The Zimbabwean government recently blocked internet access in an bid to...


A Budget designed to steady the ship

The Budget has to aim for fiscal decisions that serve the public interest...


Daniel Silke: Mboweni’s rough yet risky Budget

The Budget satisfied most of the audience in Act One. But Act Two - the...

In other news

US stocks dip as Nike, Tesla stumble

Feb 22 2019 11:05

Wall Street stocks have retreated following lackluster economic data and stumbles by some high-profile companies, including Tesla and Nike.

Hong Kong stocks down at break

Feb 22 2019 11:01

Shares in Hong Kong have ended the morning session lower, tracking losses on Wall Street as investors keep their focus on China-US trade talks.

WATCH: Saudi prince sees "useful returns" from expected $100bn investment in India

Feb 22 2019 10:58

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman says he saw investment opportunities of more than $100bn in India over the next two years as he began his first official visit amid tensions between India and Pakistan.

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS: JSE Gold Index – important breakout

Feb 21 2019 12:25

The JSE Gold index has broken out of an almost two-year sideways range and has a significantly higher target in place now.

European stock markets mixed at open

Feb 21 2019 11:21

Europe's main stock markets have diverged at the start of trade, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index down 0.3% at 7 209.39 points.

African airlines improve accident rate

Feb 21 2019 13:16

For a third consecutive year, airlines in sub-Saharan Africa experienced zero fatalities in jet operations, says the International Air Transport Association.



JSE eases as global sentiment remains tentative

Feb 21 2019 18:00

The ongoing trade talks between the USA and China continue to dominate global market sentiment, and this was more evident today with the release of Manufacturing PMI data from key markets such as Germany, the Eurozone and the USA.


Know when to cut your losses

Feb 19 2019 14:44

When it comes to trading, there are times that you will get it wrong. That is why you need to ensure you have a sound risk management strategy in place – and stick to it – to mitigate any losses.

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