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SA banks post solid financial results – PwC

26 Mar 2015 /  Sapa  
'For several years SA's banking system has remained adequately capitalised with good returns on equity'.

PPI slows in February

26 Mar 2015 /  Moneyweb, Nedbank Economic Unit  
Nedbank Economic Unit: Sarb likely to keep rates on hold throughout most of 2015.

Not the year of the car

26 Mar 2015 /  Ingé Lamprecht  
Manufacturers, banks will likely see margins squeezed.

SA salaries growing ahead of inflation

25 Mar 2015 /  Patrick Cairns  
Take-home pay up 8.9% year-on-year.

Inflation risk to push Kganyago to hawkish tone

25 Mar 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
Sarb will shift its message on Thursday to focus on the need to raise interest rates

SA’s credit rating to stay above junk if Fitch downgrades its debt

25 Mar 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
Weak economic growth weighs on the rating.

The top 15 economies winning in global trade

24 Mar 2015 /  Andre Tartar and A Catarina Saraiva, Bloomberg  
Asian tigers meet European exporters at the top of the ladder.

New credit act leaves lenders exposed

UPDATE
23 Mar 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
National Credit Regulator coy on approach to non-compliance.

Rand firms by 1% on emerging markets rally

20 Mar 2015 /  Reuters  
Propelled by a strengthening European currency.

SA losing out on generic cost savings

19 Mar 2015 /  Letitia Watson   6
Some medical schemes want the cheapest generics used, but doctors and pharmacists resist them.

Eskom wants as many skilled people as possible – Ramaphosa

18 Mar 2015 /     1
Voluntary retrenchments process has been stopped.

SA remains in the now ‘Fragile Three’

17 Mar 2015 /  Simon Kennedy, Bloomberg  
India and Indonesia may have dodged the bullet.

Unsecured lending plummets as mortgages recover

17 Mar 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
Mortgage advances more than double in 2014.

Unsecured lending plummets as mortgages recover

17 Mar 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
Mortgage advances more than double in 2014

Current account deficit shrinks in fourth quarter

17 Mar 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
Fewer strikes and a weak rand help boost exports.
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