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May inflation eases as food costs rise least since ’13

Inflation in May slows to 4.4%.

Central bank overload

Monetary decisions made in the world's financial capitals influence the returns of local investors.

The wheel turns for SA bonds as selloff worsens

SA government bonds did not deliver returns in the second quarter, after being one of the best performers in the first quarter.

What happened in the world economy’s most important week of 2018

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates, the European Central Bank said it would stop bond buying in December and the Bank of Japan kept stimulating.

Eskom wage bill growth unsustainable – Mike Brown

Nedbank Group CEO warns of challenges ahead.

Is SA scaring off foreign investors?

Peter Major and Enoch Godongwana debate the issue.

The rand is underperforming its peers and this is why

The rand is a victim of a global dollar-liquidity squeeze.

Rand bears brunt of EM rout as Central Bank seen holding rates

Rand leads emerging-market currency declines.

First Argentina, then Turkey, Brazil. Now South Africa reels

The rand weakened more than 2% on Friday, almost twice as much as any other major peer.

SA bonds still a favourite despite GDP setback

'Compelling' yields offset GDP contraction -analyst

April manufacturing inches up, points to slow economic recovery

Manufacturing output increases 1.1% year-on-year in April.

SA’s net foreign reserves fall to R545 billion in May

While gross reserves rose to R650.44 billion from R630 billion.

StanChart looks past GDP shock for green shoots in SA

One reason for optimism is growth in household wealth and spending, says economist.

Africa’s ‘sleeping giant’ courts foreign investors with reforms

Ethiopia, opens itself to foreign investment within state-owned telecoms, shipping, power generation and aviation companies.



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