The battle to remove Gordhan and ultimately President Cyril Ramaphosa from office is in full swing, writes Adriaan Basson.
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Eurozone factory activity has contracted for a third month in April, hurt by weak global demand, rising trade protectionism and concerns over Britain's upcoming departure from the European Union, according to a survey.
Global trade tensions, Italy’s fiscal battles and US overheating pose risks to the eurozone economy, the European Commission warned.
Eurozone inflation has accelerated in September amid a surge in energy costs, while underlying price moves remained more subdued.
The European Central Bank’s 20th anniversary arrives on Friday as another financial scare shows that the eurozone still hasn’t grown up.
German factory orders have unexpectedly dropped in March and February and was revised lower, confirming a weak start to the year in Europe’s largest economy.
Eurozone inflation has accelerated, buttressing the arguments of policy makers keen to phase out unprecedented stimulus.
The eurozone's private-sector economy grew at the slowest pace in 14 months in March, as service providers and factories struggled to keep up with demand.
Industrial production in the eurozone has started 2018 with its weakest monthly performance in over a year, adding to evidence that regional economic pickup may be coming off the boil.
European Central Bank officials considering when to end their bond-buying programme has to move carefully as US inflationary pressures are helping to push up eurozone borrowing costs.
The eurozone economy may have lost a little more momentum than initially estimated in February, adding to signs that the pace of growth may be moving past its peak.
London's benchmark FTSE 100 index has climbed 0.3% to 7 480.32 points after a surge in oil prices boosted shares in heavyweight energy companies BP and Shell.
Eurozone equities have slid after Brussels slammed Rome over its 2019 budget plans, with sentiment hurt also by weak Chinese growth data, poor French corporate news and rising global interest rates.
The eurozone economy has showed it’s still robust as the European Central Bank prepares to wind down its bond- purchase program.
The European Central Bank has warned that a rise in trade protectionism would undermine the global economy, and says the US would be among the worst-affected.
European Central Bank policy makers are starting their two-day meeting in Frankfurt relatively relaxed about what appears to be a sharp eurozone slowdown.
Eurozone economic confidence has continued its slide in March as the region showed signs of more moderate growth.
Investors have primed for the European Central Bank’s next policy shift were given clear signals that any change is far from imminent.
Mario Draghi’s progress toward a stimulus exit is likely to stay slow for now, with inflation too low for comfort and the global economy up against a trade-war-in-waiting.
Mario Draghi has just received a triple whammy of evidence to justify playing it safe when he meets with fellow European Central Bank policy makers.
Eurozone factory output have continued to expand at a robust pace but with mounting signs that growth momentum may have peaked.
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