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Here come 10 ‘outrageous’ predictions for 2020

Investors should be ready for anything, Saxo Bank says.

Trade surplus widens in November as imports fall

Imports fall 8% as the value of the inward shipment of equipment components and chemical products decline.

Why do small businesses have a higher chance of failing?

For many it's due to their pricing – Raizcorp CEO Allon Raiz.

A little less trade uncertainty as 2019 winds down

A look at what happened this week and what’s going on in the world economy in the coming days.

Looking at 2019 through the rear-view mirror

Increasing levels of economic growth are expected in 2020 and 2021.

When a shrinking economy and low inflation don’t mean rate cuts

Namibia's decision-makers are facing a tough economic dilemma.

SA’s growth forecasts slashed, recession risk high – poll

Reserve Bank probably behind its counter-cyclical curve.

Why Korea has first-world economy and developing-market currency

South Korea's economy has grown up while the won lags behind.

Fed keeps rates on hold, points to ‘favorable’ economic outlook next year

US central bank sees 2% GDP growth next year.

Black Friday: A needed boost for SA’s economy

Leaving hope for economic growth in the final quarter of the year, but load shedding threatens to derail that.

Retail sales up year/year in October

South African retail sales rose 0.3% year-on-year in October following a revised 0.4% increase in September, Statistics South Africa said on Wednesday. On a month-on-month basis, sales were down 0.2% and rose 0.6% in the three months to the end of October compared with the same period last year, the statistics body said.

Annual consumer inflation slows to nine-year low

Inflation will start to rise from next month - Nedbank.

SA local bonds one of best trades in 2020 – BofA Global Research

A lot of investors seemed to wait for the Moody's downgrade.

Load shedding raises risk of second SA recession

Power cuts already hit the economy in Q1, when it contracted the most in a decade.

SA moves a step closer to land expropriation without payment

Draft bill to be published next week will give people the first chance to see the proposed changes to the constitution.



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