Independent analyst Jimmy Moyaha talks the latest market movements and Sygnia's results. Nico Katzke of Satrix on crypto as part of an investment portfolio. Investment specialist Adrian Saville takes a look at the latest local GDP data.
FNB's Chantal Marx talks trading updates from Grindrod and Thungela Resources. Nampak CEO, Erik Smuts, on results as the company moves back into profit. David Shapiro from Sasfin on 50 years in the stock market, do managers matter and do equities really create wealth?
The 50% extension to the open-pit mine’s life gives it another 20 years at no additional capital cost, which ‘allows us to transition to underground mining in a phased approach’ – CEO Phoevos Pouroulis.
Herenya's Petri Redelinghuys talks the art of trading through the holidays as volumes drop off. Tharisa CEO Phoevos Pouroulis on results and the short-term outlook for PGMs. Ralph Thomas of the SIM Balanced Fund takes a look at post-pandemic growth.
FNB's Wayne McCurrie talks BHP's unification plan and the latest developments in the Implats/ RBPlats deal. Lyle Sankar of PSG Asset Management on the impact of inflation on one's investment approach. Simon's thoughts on leisure stocks and what he bought.
Absa's Carmen Mpelwane on the strong Bidcorp update and weak office update from Emira Property Fund. Michelle Dickens, CEO TPN Credit Bureau, talks their latest vacancy survey showing continued stress in the residential market. Tanya van Lill, Savca CEO, looks at how venture capital can grow the SA economy and increase employment.
Gary Booysen of Rand Swiss talks the current volatile markets and Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO of Twitter, is the social media company an investment? Capital Appreciation CFO Alan Salomon on results that show improved margins and strong cash flow.
Alex Duys of Umthombo Wealth on Implats's followup offer for RBPlats. Andrew Skudder, RIB CCS CEO, on how the construction industry can benefit SA. Stanlib's Peter van der Ross talks emerging markets and why they haven't structurally outperformed developed markets.