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Sasol’s debt reduction programme on track

30 Jul 2020 /  Adriaan Kruger   6
Petrochemicals company to net around R8.5bn from sale of air plant.

The latest in Sasol’s asset sales, avoiding the herd when investing and the beleaguered cruise industry

30 Jul 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Alex Duys of Umthombo Wealth on the Fed keeping rates unchanged, Sasol selling assets and a look at EOH. Tlotliso Phakisi from Cannon Asset Managers on avoiding the herd when investing and V&A Waterfront CEO David Green on the cruise industry as liners remain docked.

SA stocks inch up ahead of Fed, Standard Bank rallies

29 Jul 2020 /  Adelaide Changole, Bloomberg  
Foreigners were net buyers of South African stocks Tuesday.

Sasol to sell world’s biggest oxygen production site to Air Liquide

29 Jul 2020 /  Aby Jose Koilparambil and Emma Rumney, Reuters   9
In bid to raise cash to pay off debts.

Sasol LCCP stake sale, the investment case for Europe and red flags in fixed income funds

29 Jul 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Deryck Janse van Rensburg from Anchor Capital on Kumba's results, the Sasol LCCP stake sale and when to exit gold stocks. Karim Chedid, investment strategist at BlackRock on the investment case for Europe and Nolan Wapenaar, Anchor CIO on red flags to look for when investing in fixed income funds.

The latest rate cut, banking stocks and horse racing behind closed doors

24 Jul 2020 /  Simon Brown  
Mia Kruger from Kruger International on the Sasol and Spur updates. Tim Acker of Allan Gray on valuations of local banking stocks and his preferred picks. Stephen Marshall from Gold Circle talks the Durban July running Covid-style.

SA stocks lifted by miners as rates decision awaited

23 Jul 2020 /  Adelaide Changole, Bloomberg  
Banks are weaker before a central interest rates decision later Thursday.

Sasol expects delay in last unit in US project to come onstream

23 Jul 2020 /  Shanima A and Tanisha Heiberg, Reuters   4
Total sales volumes at its performance chemicals business rose 8% y/y.

Rand firms on risk appetite, poor retail sales dent stocks

22 Jul 2020 /  Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo and Nqobile Dludla, Reuters  
The yield on benchmark 2030 government paper was down 11 basis points at 9.195%.

SA corporates’ offshore forays have destroyed over R300bn in value

16 Jul 2020 /  Peter Armitage   32
Local conditions and competitive environments are simply different.

Rand on the up, buying businesses not stocks and Satrix’s new ETF

2 Jul 2020 /  Simon Brown   4
Nesan Nair of Sasfin Securities discusses rand strength, the gold price and trade risk. Samantha Steyn from Cannon Asset Management unpacks buying businesses not stocks and sticking with the strategy as share prices tumble. Helena Conradie from Satrix on the new MSCI China ETF

Havens help Johannesburg stocks surge to best quarter since 2001

30 Jun 2020 /  Adelaide Changole, Bloomberg    5
South Africa's benchmark index has outperformed MSCI EM peers since March.

Wat gebeur by Sasol?

29 Jun 2020 /  Moneyweb  
Paul Victor – finansiële hoof, Sasol

What’s happening at Sasol?

29 Jun 2020 /  Ryk van Niekerk   9
Sasol FD Paul Victor reflects on the company’s struggles and outlines its turnaround plans.

Sasol to sell stakes in Mozambique pipeline, power plant – sources

26 Jun 2020 /  Emma Rumney, Helen Reid and Tanisha Heiberg, Bloomberg    5
In bid to pay off its debt pile.

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