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Ford’s quarterly China sales rise for the first time in three years

Ford Motor Co said its China vehicle sales increased 3% in April-June from a year earlier, its first quarterly sales rise in the world's bigggest auto market in almost three ...

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Santam to contest hotel group’s lockdown lawsuit

Santam, South Africa’s largest short-term insurer, said on Tuesday it will oppose an application brought against it by an unnamed hotel group it ...

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RMB boss warns of flatlining economy

We can grow the economy and reduce government debt, says James Formby

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Gold holds firm as rising Covid-19 cases infects ...

Gold held steady above the key $1,800/oz level on Thursday, as worries over mounting Covid-19 cases offset hopes of a swift global economic recovery
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JSE may benefit from positive economic and ...

The JSE may benefit from some optimism on global markets on Thursday, with focus on positive data and a possible Covid-19 vaccine
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STREET DOGS: Expect a U-shaped recovery

The only thing billionaire investor Sam Zell is buying at the moment is gold

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Growthpoint warns of fall in distribution per share

South Africa's largest property group, Growthpoint, has warned of at least a double-digit fall in distributable ...

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WATCH: How Dis-Chem was found guilty of price gouging

The Competition Commission’s head of cartels, Makgale Mohlala, talks to Business Day TV about Dis-Chem’s face mask ...

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Changes on the way for loan-guarantee scheme, says Basa

The MD of the Banking Association SA (Basa) says final adjustments are being made to changes for the loan-guarantee ...

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Dis-Chem will appeal mask ruling and R1.2m fine

Pharmacy chain argues it does not have dominance and it had to up prices due to global shortages in February

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JSE faces mixed Asian markets on Wednesday

The JSE faces another day of mixed Asian markets on Wednesday, but may get a boost from a stronger Tencent, with the ...

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STREET DOGS: The dangers of extrapolation

Unfortunately, the narratives we create don’t just help us decipher yesterday; they set our expectations for tomorrow

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Edcon gets offer for parts of Edgars

Retailability, owner of Legit and Beaver Canoe and Style stores has made an offer for parts of Edgars, the business ...

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Massmart looks to cut 1,800 jobs at Game stores

Walmart-owned retailer Massmart says up to 1,800 jobs may be cut at its Game stores in SA as its begins formal ...

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Reserve Bank takes up R5.1 billion in government bonds in June

The SA Reserve Bank increased its holdings of government bonds at a slower pace in June, taking up R5.1bn through the ...

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RDI rent collection picks up as lockdowns ease

London and JSE-listed landlord RDI, which has been selling off its assets in Germany to focus on the UK, says rent ...

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Omnia returns to profit as restructuring bears fruit

Chemicals and fertiliser group Omnia says it is optimistic that extensive restructuring across its business lines will ...

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Oil prices hold steady in midst of competing forces

Oil futures ended largely steady on Monday as positive economic data supported prices, while a spike in coronavirus ...

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JSE faces mixed Asian markets on Tuesday

The JSE faces mixed Asian markets on Tuesday morning, though there is optimism in markets even as Covid-19 cases ...

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STREET DOGS: Is post-Covid inflation a risk?

Is inflation on the horizon once the pandemic is contained? Maybe yes, maybe no

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