It's been a long, hard and expensive slog, but next week former president Jacob Zuma will finally get what he's always wanted: his day in court.
The JSE gave up earlier gains to close softer on Thursday as local sentiment remained largely bearish given weaker local and global economic fundamentals
The JSE closed weaker on Monday as it erased earlier gains primarily on the back of losses which were recorded in health sector stocks
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Worries about the US-China trade conflict and slowing technology sector growth battered Wall Street, while French auto giant Renault plunged on a burgeoning scandal surrounding Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn.
Europe's main stock markets rebounded, with all eyes on heavily indebted Italy, whose populist government is set to defy the EU over its big spending plans.
Luckily for ESG enthusiasts, the firm says, the misguided idea of "financial trade-offs" seems to be fading.
At Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting on Saturday, Warren Buffett compared $10,000 invested in gold and stocks decades ago to demonstrate why he's always been bullish on buying the latter.
Tesla chief executive officer Elon Musk took to Twitter on Friday to once again confront skeptics of his company.
The global equity rout has sent a gauge of world stocks toward the biggest three-day slide since 2015.
The JSE All-Share index gained 0.27% and the blue-chip Top40 rose 0.36% on a good day for the rand and SA markets, but Steinhoff International fell 10% as an on-going criminal and tax investigation in Germany took a bite out of its share price.
The JSE closed softer on Tuesday as it took a leaf from Asian counters which registered heavy losses in earlier trading.
Decades of stock market and interest rates data point to a strong correlation between the two. PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw explains what history tells us about declining interest rate phases and how it could impact the JSE.
US equity futures dropped with European stocks as investors count down to a meeting between the American and Chinese presidents that could decide the course of the trade war.
Wall Street's major indexes tumbled on Monday as shares of Apple and Goldman Sachs Group dragged down the technology and financial sectors.
Chinese stocks’ worst October start in a decade has scared off the last remaining bulls.
The most prominent US and Chinese tech stocks including Facebook and Amazon are worth more than the stock markets of the Eurozone and Japan.
Warren Buffett has some regrets about a trade he made back in 1942, and it's informed his entire investment career ever since. He made the comments at Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting.
The Viceroy Research report on Capitec has the South African market in a spin, mostly because we are used to short sellers flying under the radar.
Volatility auctions have been a feature of the recent collapse in Steinhoff’s share price. Simon Brown explains how this mechanism works.
Banking stocks firmed despite a weaker rand, while subdued metal commodity prices did not deter gains among some JSE-listed miners.
Cape TownShockproof 223 (Pty) Ltd
Cape TownNDC Personnel & Contractors CC
Cape Town CBDCapita SA
R 3 395 000
R 6 500 000
R 9 700 000
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