‘It’s those invisible things that we don’t see that are the highest cost’ – Adrian Saville – chief strategist, Citadel.
David Shapiro considers Gordhan’s return, the rand, miners, Sasol, retailers, banks, Capitec, Naspers, Tesla, Telkom property listing, Rhodes Food, PIC.
FY results. The bank targets higher-income clients in higher-end malls – Gerrie Fourie – CEO, Capitec.
Confusion exists over the date from which the higher rate becomes applicable – Somaya Khaki – project director, tax, Saica.
Roadshow intervention: ‘I was surprised that the rand didn’t fall by even more than it did’ – Azar Jammine – Econometrix.
Simon Brown on the rand, the finance minister being summoned back to SA, Treasury concerns, Trump administration set-backs and Europe’s improvement.
‘Irrespective…Fedusa is going to continue with this particular roadshow’ – Dennis George, general secretary – edusa
The act of saving or investing involves sacrifice – Gerald Mwandiambira of the SA Savings Institute.
Wayne McCurrie on Trump expectations, long-bond interest rates, rand-hedge shares, mining shares, banks and financials.
For black entrepreneurs certain types of financing have been neglected – Philisiwe Mthethwa, CEO – NEF.
David Shapiro on rand strength, bond yields, Trump bill, CPI, heavyweights, iron ore, MTN, Altron, ADvTECH, Capitec, Clicks, AVI and KAP.
Eskom ‘will live with’ the current 2.2% April 1 tariff increase – Khulu Phasiwe, spokesperson – Eskom.
Dedicated to help others avoid over-indebtedness and start investing – Samke Mhlongo-Ngwenya, founder and CEO – The Next Chapter Wealth Partners.
Current-account deficit smallest in years – Christie Viljoen, economist – KPMG.
David Shapiro on an ‘awful’ day, Trump healthcare, US markets, the rand, Barclays Africa, FirstRand, gold price and Sasol.