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Higher than expected inflation dampens the mood, UK economy contracts, Oil’s rollercoaster ride far from over, Economic data sets the stage.
China makes all the right noise, South African Mining Indaba in the declining sector, Oil posts fourth consecutive session of gains, Currencies dance to central bank tunes.
In this week’s Weekly Market Wrap, we take a closer look at the most recent International Monetary Fund, (IMF) global growth outlook, and do a deep dive into what cues the rand will take in 2024.
China deploys stimulus, ECB and SARB keep interest rates on hold, Oil trades near two-month highs, US economy overshoots expectations.
January 2024 has kicked off with a bang, and volatility and uncertainty remain the name of the game.
A key feature of the recently released Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures is the mounting costs of an inefficient economy and its impact on growth
This has been a challenging year all round. Global economies cooled on the back of high interest rates, as central banks looked to tame record-high
In a significant development, South Africa has received positive recognition for its progress in rectifying technical compliance deficiencies in its anti-money laundering system, according to the latest report from the global Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Key themes for the week US economy grows more than expected Equity markets reflect positive sentiment as we head […]
The recently released Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting minutes serve as a sobering reality check for markets
On Tuesday, following a marginally lower than expected consumer price index (CPI) reading from the United States (US), financial markets