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Davos elites rush to barricades to defend international order

The agenda in Davos may be expansive but defending the global order remains the top priority.

Rand gains as Kganyago’s hawkish comments overshadow price data

The central bank is set on trying to keep CPI at mid-point of the target range.

You call this a cut? IMF forecast isn’t too shabby

As far as downgrades go, this is tolerable.

China revisits 2009 growth low as signs of stabilisation emerge

China notched its slowest expansion since the 2009 financial crisis last quarter amid a debt cleanup and trade woes.

Deutsche Bank sees danger of US recession as soon as this year

Stark warning comes amid emerging signs that the world’s biggest economy is slowing down.

MPC decision: 3 things to watch

Interest rates expected to remain unchanged.

A guide to what the world’s top central banks will do next

Central banks enter the new year under pressure from investors to rethink just how aggressive they can be hiking interest rates.

Is a credit downgrade inevitable?

Moody's has been extremely patient with South Africa. For how much longer will that be the case?

From Jaguar to Macy’s, global gloom spreads across industries

Wave of profit warnings, plans to cut jobs in recent days.

World Bank cuts global growth outlook as trade expansion falters

South Africa projected to accelerate modestly to 1.3% pace, amid constraints on domestic demand and limited government spending.

What eight social trends told us about America’s economy in 2018

Signs of a strange new – and sometimes retro – world.

Happy new year for emerging markets?

Oil, populist leaders, the dollar and elections among the risk factors.

Drier conditions spook maize traders

The price of white and yellow maize is soaring.

The bulls versus bears guide to the world economy in 2019

2019 is shaping up to be a testing year for the world economy.

Foreign direct investment in SA down in Q3, portfolio flows up

The larger debt security inflow could be attributed to the issuance of foreign currency-denominated bonds by a public corporation, says Sarb

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