BACKSTORY: Fiat Chrysler CEO Graham Eagle

We question CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Graham Eagle

ANALYSE THIS: Momentum Securities’ Francois Strydom

We analyse portfolio manager at Momentum Securities Francois Strydom

How the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency is helping businesses and creating jobs

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Discovery Bank’s launch delayed

Discovery plans to buy out FirstRand shares – which will make more sense, says Adrian Gore, as the two will be rivals

Economy’s woes could hurt AdvTech, Curro

Though there is vibrancy in the schools sector, prolonged economic difficulties in SA may put a brake on growth

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Old Mutual: dominant and flush with cash

There will be more gifts for shareholders after the sale of the Latin American business goes through

Listed property goes from not bad to far worse

Investors will have to lower dividend growth expectations as rentals come under pressure from slow economy

Italtile loosens the purse strings

Shareholders get a special dividend of 30c a share — and a 27% increase in the dividend payout to 38c

ANALYSE THIS: INN8’s Caroline Naylor-Renn

We analyse Caroline Naylor-Renn, COO of INN8, a trademark of Stanlib Wealth Management

Why M&A activity in SA fell off a cliff in first half of 2018

Despite a global boom in M&A activity, it has all but ground to a halt in SA due largely to fears about political risk

CHECKOUT COUNTER: Aston Martin plans to list in London

James Bond’s carmaker of choice has unveiled plans for a stock-market listing in London

GLOBAL MARKETS: Another Brexit blow as Panasonic leaves London

Panasonic is to move its European headquarters from London to Amsterdam in October to avoid potential tax issues linked to Brexit

Woolworths’ Australian albatross

With only the food division shining, the retailer needs to smarten up its business wardrobe

Testing times ahead for Standard Bank

But CEO Sim Tshabalala believes the bank’s Africa business will propel it back to the top of the sector

Dividend outlook dims for Resilient and Fortress

The property stocks are only expected to return to inflation-beating dividend growth in 2020, but both are starting to reappear on buy lists