Chinese data is disappointing, with numerous risk events awaiting, including a US-China tariff deadline and UK elections
Major supermarket chains are adopting the complex IFRS16 — and life just got harder for those reading the reports
Les Matuson will have to act fast as the R4bn granted by the government will have to stretch until the airline breaks even
DA has indicated it plans to contest the decision of the provincial government to place Tshwane under administration
The Minerals Council SA says 32 of its members achieved 39% black ownership, but department of mineral resources & energy says not so fast
For the fifth consecutive month the headline figure falls below the midpoint of the 3%-6% target band
It requires a change in mindset, because poor management decisions lie behind most business failures
Envoys at the COP25 meeting in Madrid are discussing how to design a 'loss and damage' mechanism to ease the burden of climate-related devastation for developing nations
Foxes set a club record of eight successive wins in the top flight as Vardy bags another brace
Fleets will include self-driving vehicles, while rentals could be charged hourly instead of daily, writes David Furlonger
From Victor Haghani and Samantha McBride at Elm Partners:
Return chasing: When the one-year return has been good, buy some stocks; when it’s been bad, sell some.
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