ECONOMIC WEEK AHEAD: Moderating producer inflation and a bumper trade surplus in store

Producer inflation expected to trend steadily lower from June, reaching 4.9% towards the end of the year

PODCAST | SA’s investment credentials dealt a further blow

Host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Adriaan Pask, chief investment officer at PSG Wealth

WATCH: The week in review

Michael Avery and his guests unpack this week’s market performance

WATCH: How SA can bounce back

Former Goldman Sachs partner Colin Coleman talks to Business Day TV about a three-pronged approach that will help SA’s economy recover

WATCH: Reserve Bank keeps repo rate unchanged at 3.5%

PwC chief economist Lullu Krugel talks to Business Day TV about the Bank’s rates decision

Reserve Bank warns violence wiped out strong recovery

Bank says social unrest will have a lasting effect on investor confidence and job creation,and keeps lid on growth outlook

PODCAST | SA’s looting crisis: the consumer fallout

Host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by George Kershoff, deputy director at the Bureau of Economic Research

COLIN COLEMAN: Three-pronged strategy will help SA to bounce back

Besides rooting out security threats, the government needs to single-mindedly drive pro-growth reform and economic stimulus

WATCH: Can SA afford a new social relief grant?

Centre for Economic Development and Transformation founding director Duma Gqubule talks to Business Day TV

Inflation’s slowdown to 4.9% good news for interest rates

CPI eases from 30-month high in June with economists expecting a return to midpoint of the Bank’s target

WATCH: Will the Bank keep rates unchanged?

RMB SA economist Siobhan Redford talks about the Reserve Bank rates decision due on Thursday

SA cities hit by Moody’s ratings downgrades

Rating action puts Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni and Cape Town into junk territory

ECONOMIC WEEK AHEAD: Bank guidance in focus as violence threatens outlook

Central bank expected to keep interest rates on hold, but its tone will be watched for signs of policy normalisation

PODCAST | What will is take for SA's businesses to recover?

In this edition of the Business Day Spotlight, we talk about what it will take for SA to recover from this week’s riots and unrest

Mining is intact amid unrest, says Minerals Council SA

Export services through the Durban harbour are yet to resume but rail shipments of coal to Richards Bay continue

Fiscal squeeze to tighten as business and labour call for state help

Labour puts demand for a basic income grant back on the agenda


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