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SA’s government bonds firm

16 Jul 2015 /  Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo, Reuters  
On Greek bailout approval.

Expect inflation, interest rates to rise – Citi

16 Jul 2015 /  Hanna Barry   1
Forecasts a 100bp increase in next 12 months.

Stealthflation is here… expect more of it

15 Jul 2015 /  Hilton Tarrant   27
Who needs price hikes with manoeuvres like these...

Where are Eskom’s annual results

15 Jul 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert  
And what will they show?

China bigger worry for SA than Greece, Barclays says

9 Jul 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
The effect of Chinese market volatility on the global economy remains to be seen.

BRICS bank to look at local, international borrowing – president

9 Jul 2015 /  Katya Golubkova, Reuters   1
Bank plans to issue its first loans in April.

Exec pay debate shifts to junior workers

9 Jul 2015 /  Hanna Barry   1
Companies should consider a living wage – PwC.

Rate bets scaled back shows SA policy makers’ dilemma

8 Jul 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
Policy makers will announce the next rate decision on July 23.

Eskom’s latest alleged suspension…

7 Jul 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert  
Cutting its nose to spite its face?

SA policies headache for US companies

4 Jul 2015 /  Sungula Nkabinde   1
BBBEE and lack of skills are biggest concerns for American businesses in SA.

These 10 economies will be the world’s worst performers

2 Jul 2015 /  Michelle Jamrisko and A Catarina Saraiva, Bloomberg   1
Growth in Ukraine, Russia will suffer the most.

Eskom needs to borrow more at higher rates

1 Jul 2015 /  Kevin Crowley, Bloomberg  
Following Nersa's refusal of its tariff increase application.

SAA would consider easing hunting trophy ban

30 Jun 2015 /  Liezel Hill, Bloomberg  
'Purely for operational reasons'.

SA posts surprise trade surplus in May

30 Jun 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
An improvement may help to further narrow the deficit on the current account.

May credit growth quickens slightly to 9.53% y/y

30 Jun 2015 /  Reuters  
South Africa’s private sector credit demand increased by 9.53% year-on-year in May compared with 9.35% in April, central bank data showed on Tuesday. Growth in the broadly defined M3 measure of money supply was little changed at 8.37% year-on-year in May compared with an 8.38% increase in April. 

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