African Phoenix Investments inflames investors

Preference shareholders are worried about the plan to buy back their shares at a huge discount

ANALYSE THIS: SBG Securities’ Marc Ter Mors

We analyse Marc Ter Mors, head of equity research at SBG Securities

How much should your net worth be at age 40?

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Is now the time to buy MTN?

2018 was a year to forget for MTN, but now it’s starting to get the basics right again and confidence is returning

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Digital banks threat looms

Transactional income will feel the pinch, but big banks have businesses which won’t be hit, at least in the short term

Is Eastern Europe property still promising?

SA investors who took a bet on Eastern European real estate have been coining it, but growth appears to be slowing

AVI’s appetite for well-priced acquisition opportunities

There is something reassuring in AVI’s ability to balance volume growth and pricing in its array of consumer brands

ANALYSE THIS: Nedbank CIB’s Ridwaan Loonat

We analyse property analyst at Nedbank CIB Ridwaan Loonat

BACKSTORY: Norton Rose Fulbright’s Jackie Midlane

We question Jackie Midlane, head of banking and finance at Norton Rose Fulbright

GLOBAL MARKETS: US authority scrutinises pricing at exchanges

US Securities & Exchange Commission investigates whether the multitiered pricing system used by stock exchanges favours large brokers at the expense of small ...

CHECKOUT COUNTER: Who’s the Boss now?

German fashion house Hugo Boss says it expects its operating profit to rise faster than sales in 2019

Behind Tongaat Hulett’s souring value

New CEO unveils sad state of affairs at former stalwart, where property sales have been an artificial sweetener

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How mall owners can beat the retail blues

SA’s shopping centre owners are having to adapt to a tough retail trading landscape and a new consumer culture

DIY retailers struggle in sputtering economy

In this prolonged economic downturn, even DIY chains are starting to suffer as consumers hold off on spending

Why Santam is arguably the best of them all

The property book swung from a R165m loss to a R519m surplus. The motor book’s surplus rose 37% to R1.18bn