Author: Prim Ncube

Daily Report 10 September 2021

SA Company News: South African Stocks extended losses on Thursday as concerns over slowing economic growth hit commodities. Sanlam is planning to exit its life insurance and wealth management units […]

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Daily Report 9 September 2021

SA Company News: The JSE All Share Index fell 1% to 65,883 on Wednesday in line with world markets. Anglo American Plc’s De Beers reported its biggest diamond sale since […]

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Daily Report 7 September 2021

SA Company News: The JSE All Share index traded slightly lower around 66,250 on Monday. Capitec released a trading statement in which it said that profitability that excludes one-off items, […]

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Daily Post 6 September 2021

SA Company News: The JSE All-Share index closed 0.4% lower at 66,372 on Friday extending losses for a third straight session. The JSE traded in line with global peers even […]

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Daily Report 3 September 2021

SA Company News: The JSE All Share fell around 0.7% to 66,520 on Thursday, led by an over 8% slump in shares of Discovery. The South African insurer announced a […]

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Daily Report 2 September 2021

SA Company News: The JSE All Share fell around 0.7% to 66,976 on Wednesday, led by a decline in shares of Anglo American as the mining giant is closing in […]

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Daily Report 1 September 2021

SA Company News: The JSE All Share rose above 67,510 on Tuesday, helped by an over 6% jump in shares of Naspers internet group after the company’s investment arm, Prosus, […]

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Daily Report 31 August 2021

SA Company News: The JSE Top 40 was down 1% at 60140 on Monday with Naspers & Prosus both falling 3% & 3.5% respectively as China has moved to restrict […]

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Daily Report 30 August 2021

SA Company News: The JSE closed higher in line with other emerging markets as Jerome Powell did not suggest a rush to raise interest rates.The JSE All Share gained 0.8% […]

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Daily Report 27 August 2021

SA Company News: The JSE faces mixed Asian markets on Friday morning, with the rand slightly firmer, ahead of the speech from US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell that will […]

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