Business News 17.8.2017 07:45 am

‘We have another six to seven years left of this bull market’

So maybe you should keep on riding…

Around the world there is a great deal of uncertainty around what is happening in equity markets. Things like high valuations and low volatility are leaving analysts deeply perplexed.

‘We have another six to seven years left of this bull market’
No more camera fines for Joburg speedsters
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No more camera fines for Joburg speedsters

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Expat tax could be ‘final straw’

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Cracks appearing in real estate dividend payouts
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Cracks appearing in real estate dividend payouts

Money managers said a slower dividend growth cycle is in full swing due to the worrying state of the SA economy.
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Central banks vital for Africa’s integration, says Zuma

He urged the central bank governors to support the African Union’s mechanisms and conventions.
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Comair FY2017 earnings to surge to 104%

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Growthpoint Properties a step closer to owning all of N1 City Mall

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Expiring data bundles: Bring on the regulations!
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Expiring data bundles: Bring on the regulations!

It is surely farcical that the ‘same’ 1GB of data costs anywhere from R12 to R579…
Mango pays double bonuses as Treasury bails out SAA
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Mango pays double bonuses as Treasury bails out SAA

Low-cost subsidiary surprisingly exceeds profit target.
Mining and manufacturing production decline in June
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Mining and manufacturing production decline in June

StatsSA revealed that mineral sales also decreased by 5.9 percent.

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