Car makers fell 1.5% after US government official Charles Grassley said he thought Donald Trump would impose tariffs on European cars
Another option for Eskom is issuing 10-year zero coupon bonds to the PIC in exchange for R100bn in cash, so canceling its debt
A viable turnaround strategy, helped by the newly appointed task-team, is essential before the February budget
Business and labour are questioning the governing party's jobs plans unveiled in its election manifesto
The National Green Tribunal ruled in November that VW must pay a fine of $24m to the pollution control board as ‘health damage’
Retail sales grew at 3.1% year-on-year in November, Kevin Lings, Chief Economist at Stanlib joins us to discuss what this suggests for the retail sales climate moving forward.
Gold, and by extension gold mining, is a notional safe haven in the midst of a sea of excessive enthusiasm
But there are big price discrepancies depending on whether goods are paid for electronically or with banknotes, casting doubt on the official figure
'Hurry Hurry' Johanneson scored 67 goals and played a role in helping Leeds United to win promotion to the First Division in 1964
From Pantone’s Colour of the Year to maximalism, we’ve lined up our favourite interior trends to tap into
UK-headquartered digital money transfer company launches second operation in Africa after starting in Somalia
Regulators weigh in on the status of crypto-currencies such as bitcoin
However, people put record cash into the company’s generally lower-cost exchange traded funds
Among its US employees, people of colour also earn 7% less than their white colleagues
Most lenders are struggling to raise money while the European Central Bank is considering a new type of multiyear loans to avoid a potential liquidity shock
CEO Dawie de Villiers hopes SA's largest pension funds administrator can restore confidence with reviewed strategy
Increased spending on technology and marketing, as well as increased provision for bad loans, dent earnings
However, the bank managed to make good on its promise to reduce costs to combat expenses related to a 2016 sales scandal
Absa retail and business bank has the freedom and motivation to compete for market leadership following its separation from Barclays.
Citigroup fourth-quarter profit has surged from a year ago when it took a large write-down related to changes in the US tax code.
Analysts say the pension fund administrator remains trustworthy and the market will probably take its time in judging the new management team
The owners of Ballito-based SMD Group, which sells Ferraris, Porsches and Lamborghinis, dispute that it owes R400m
Criminals are getting more sophisticated, warn SA's major banks, as they pilot debit-order system DebiCheck to fight SIM-swap fraud
Investec appears to be the most attractive from a valuation perspective, says analyst.
Details of their resignations are confidential, the company says, with successors yet to be found
The bank rolls out first virtually cost-free offering at partner Pick n Pay and Boxer stores
With elections looming and global uncertainties increasingly threatening, 2019 could prove a difficult year for SA's financial stocks.
Acquisitions in Japan and SA helped lift revenues, but the audit firm warns of the time needed to overhaul the industry in Britain
The trading and research firm warns its first-half earnings for 2019 could drop by 100%
At its AGM, Purple Group approved a R2m capital raising fee for Mark Barnes, despite concerns of minority shareholders
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