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The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday and forecast at least two more hikes for 2018
Tiger Brands has lost R30 million thanks to #Listeriosis recall
FNB Says Firstrand Awarded Short-Term Insurance Licence By The Financial Services Board
in Bellville and friends in Tableview
We did
anyone else experiencing power cuts?
Every quarter the JSE has a closeout - this happens so that prices on futures can be calculated and determined for the next quarter. This means that between 11h55 - 12h20 (CAT), 15th March, you will not be able to buy or sell anything, because all trading on the JSE will be halted.
New ETF launching: Satrix will aim to replicate the index by investing in the iShares NASDAQ-100 UCITS ETF - Satrix Nasdaq 100 ETF - The anticipated date for listing on the JSE is Tuesday 10 April 2018
Viceroy losing it's charm lately
Kganyago: Against the backdrop of severe liquidity crisis which prevails at #VBS, the minister of finance upon recommendation by the Registrar of Banks has decided to put #VBS mutual bank under curatorship wih effect from 5pm today.
Saw that too
Also their footer text is wrong ever since they launched in SA, so not very impressed with them seems unprofessional.
Actually on second thought, I won't. Too much shilling and behind the scenes kickbacks at that place to make it trustworthy.
I mean I would almost put mybroadband above them and that says a lot.
WTF is this (https://www.businessinsider.co.za/we-wen...-us-2018-3) is that suppose to be the competition of Moneyweb and Bloomberg Africa?
I genuinely thought they where a real publication in the business section like Bloomberg and Reuters, turns out they are more like a teenager sensation.
Agreed. Haven't seen anything that would set them apart
I am glad I am not the only one.
Anyone else disappointed by the content from Business Insider SA? It feels like a facebook type compiler nothing to do with business instead it rehashes click baity content.
I see the Sygnia lady is onto them! (She really is a upstanding citizen, I wish more CEOs would throw their weight around), we citizens cannot do much, but these large listed companies are what drives the economy.)

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