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PPS Investments launches digital calculators to help investors

Investors face many questions when it comes to investing. To assist investors in answering theses questions instantly, PPS Investments has developed five calculators...

2 days ago

How Trump's economic policies might affect South Africa

With President Trump sitting in the Oval Office now, his proposed policy changes must be looked through the lens of how they will affect international trade and specifically, how they will influence bilateral relationships between South Africa and the US...

Issued by Monetary Library 2 days ago

January 2017 market update

In contrast to the start of 2016, most markets kicked off 2017 with a spring in their step, with all major asset class indices up for January...

By Carl Roothman 3 days ago

The age of uncertainty

While the (SONA offered little new detail, next week's Budget Speech will have more substance and is of far more interest to market watchers...

By Dave Mohr, Izak Odendaal 15 Feb 2017

An opportunity to increase your retirement savings

The government as part of its on-going retirement reform process continues to design policies aimed at encouraging South Africans to save and make adequate provision for their retirement...

By Hugo Malherbe 14 Feb 2017

Investec Private Banking launches #MoreThanData campaign

Can data tell your whole story? To find out, Investec Private Banking presented three 'out of the ordinary' individuals with how data sees them...

14 Feb 2017

‘Love Index' shows South Africans still romantic at heart

The annual ‘Mastercard Love Index' reveals South African shoppers feel loved and are spending more on Valentine's Day...

14 Feb 2017

Three ways leaders overcome a bad economy

A bad economy is often a self-fulfilling prophecy, but there are steps that business leaders can take to overcome the conditions and sustain their interests...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 13 Feb 2017

2017 – still money to be made in property

2016 was a year many people would like to forget. Both local and global politics increased investor caution as the winds of change continued to stir up uncertainty. Macro economic data painted a gloomy picture for South African investors and consumers alike. Inflation passed the Reserve Bank's 6% benchmark, unemployment hit a 13-year high and GDP growth slid to a negligible 0.1% according to IMF figures...

By Gary Palmer 13 Feb 2017

Consumer research on new economic behaviours

Research conducted by Foshizi, which focused on the effects of the economic downturn on households and individuals, has uncovered that this has driven significant changes in the perception of debt, savings and credit...

Issued by Foshizi 8 Feb 2017

#MiningIndaba: Bristow pulls no punches on mining's short-sightedness

Mining companies and government are equally responsible in their failure to weather the unpredictability of the industry...

By Nicci Botha 7 Feb 2017

Responsible green finance: can investors make a real social impact?

At the beginning of 2017, France announced the launch of its green bonds scheme...

By Christophe Revelli 7 Feb 2017

#MiningIndaba: A global economic snapshot

People should be buying gold on the back of a strong dollar and a recessionary economic environment...

By Nicci Botha 6 Feb 2017

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