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MTN Nigeria issues 100 billion naira bond - CFO
MTN Nigeria issues 100 billion naira bond - CFOArticle

MTN Nigeria has issued a 100 billion naira fixed rate bond in the first quarter of 2021, due in seven years, under a 200 billion naira bond programme to refinance existing debt...

Chijioke Ohuocha 5 May 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari raises his fist during an inspection of honour guards on parade to mark Democracy Day in Abuja, on June 12, 2019.
Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP via Getty Images
Buhari's Covid-19 economic plan: old wine in new wineskinsArticle

Covid-19 is increasingly wreaking havoc on the health of Nigerians, but its economic impact may well be more devastating...

Stephen Onyeiwu 25 Jun 2020

Sanisha Packirisamy, economist, Momentum Investments
Breaking down BrexitArticle

British Prime Minister Theresa May is battling to get her various iterations of her Brexit deal passed to Parliament.

Sanisha Packirisamy 24 Mar 2019

Keith Wade, chief economist and strategist at Schroders
#BizTrends2019: Has the global economy peaked?Article

The world economy continues to expand, but there are signs that growth has peaked as the US, European and Asian economies slow...

Keith Wade 2 Jan 2019

#DesignMonth: Three key retail design directions for SA in 2016
#DesignMonth: Three key retail design directions for SA in 2016Article

To stay relevant, retailers should reinvent their brick-and-mortar locations brand identity every three to five years...

Brandon Williams 11 Feb 2016

Repo rate hike is but one step amid broader policy tightening
Repo rate hike is but one step amid broader policy tighteningArticle

Amid waning liquidity, higher funding costs, rand weakness and rising inflation South Africa needs a decisive policy response. The 50bp hike in the Reserve Bank's...

Arthur Kamp 29 Jan 2016

Manufacturing Circle warns against higher port tariffs
Manufacturing Circle warns against higher port tariffsArticle

Industry body the Manufacturing Circle says Transnet's port terminals tariff increase of 9.25% across the board is "an unwelcome development for manufacturers"‚ as the sector depends on imports and exports for its competitiveness and to grow volumes.

Mark Allix 4 Apr 2014

Approaching World Cup and Olympics cause dilemma for BrazilArticle

Coface, the international credit insurer, has released its latest research on Brazil. Coface looks at the root causes of the recent demonstrations in a country that will host the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016.

6 Aug 2013

David Crosoer
A different inflation cycleArticle

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) expects CPI inflation to average 6.3% in the third quarter of 2013, before returning to the targeted 3% to 6% band in the fourth quarter. In the previous two inflation cycles (see chart below), the SARB started to increase interest rates when inflation exceeded 5%.

David Crosoer 16 May 2013

February retail sales a positive surpriseArticle

Real retail sales surprised to the upside with an acceleration to a 3.8% year on year (y/y) increase in February from a revised 2.2% y/y (previously 1.9%) gain in January.

Helmo Preuss 19 Apr 2013

Gill Moodie
ABC Q3 figures forecast tough timesArticle

"It's going to be a tough Christmas," concluded Gordon Patterson in his presentation of the third-quarter (Q3) Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) figures released in Johannesburg last week.

Gill Moodie 21 Nov 2012

CPI rises in JanuaryArticle

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) continued its upward trend, rising to 6.3% in January, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) announced today, Wednesday 22 February 2012.

22 Feb 2012

Gradual, patchy recovery for listed propertyArticle

With investor demand being hampered by enduring economic challenges and stalled global growth, Auction Alliance is predicting a gradual and patchy recovery for the local commercial property sector over coming months, with certain segments expected to perform better than others.

21 Nov 2011

ActivRetail
Global consumer confidence falls to a record lowArticle

56% of global online consumers think their country is currently in recession and consumer confidence worldwide has fallen to its lowest level in several years, according to the Nielsen Global Consumer Confidence Index, which measures the confidence, major concerns and spending habits of online consumers in 51 countries. South Africa saw a big fall in its Consumer Confidence Index in the last 6 months with a 14% drop.

ActivRetail 2 Jun 2008

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