Concerns that the Fed will have to wrestle with elevated inflation for a long time slowed this week’s rally
There is growing evidence that the ESG movement is leading to a reduction of capital flows to emerging markets
The Competition Tribunal has approved the transaction without conditions
Mahumapelo is believed to be behind court challenge seeking to halt provincial conference
US exercise equipment company to close stores, raise prices and cut about 800 jobs
Expectations are retail sales grew about 0.5% in June, but indications are SA consumers are starting to feel the hurt from inflation
The writer is likely to lose an eye and has nerve damage in his arm and wounds to his liver
The All Blacks might be the one team for whom altitude is not a disadvantage when they play the Springboks
Rushdie’s condition is not immediately known
Sydney — BP is probably the first oil major that has made concrete plans for the end of oil — or at least the shrinking of its role. The company announced a big strategic pivot in August that would see it turn from an “integrated oil company” to an “integrated energy company”.
The labelling is mercifully less flamboyant than its previous attempts to look green. Whenever I tweet about BP, my mentions are inevitably full of references to “Beyond Petroleum”, the corporate slogan developed and endlessly advertised under Lord John Browne, three CEOs and two decades ago...
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