THE JSE is planning a rather un-stock-exchange-like initiative to increase the number of companies listing on the AltX and to ensure their sustainability, writes Steve Matthewson
South Africa's Treasury and the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) have issued a warning that confidence tricksters are using the names of both institutions to fleece the greedy and gullible in the latest variations of the old 419 scam.
Good Morning from Johannesburg. Another batch of big resource company results are out today.
Africa’s stock exchanges are growing in line with the continent’s “growth story”, but stricter regulations, better banking systems and financial market education are needed to get the continent’s exchanges off their feet, according to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange’s (JSE) Strategy and Public Policy Director, Siobhan Cleary.
Some good news has emerged this week from SA's grain farming industry, with harvests substantially higher than expected and enough left in silos to supply our own needs and export 500,000 tons.
THE JSE's decision to scale back their regulations on the publication of financial results is going to have a bunch of unintended consequences. Just don't say we didn't warn you.
We're watching the fallout from the Marikana bloodbath very closely today. And already it's starting sound a lot like South Africa the 1980s.
Welcome to the new BDlive Markets Blog.
We hope to make this blog the centre of the conversation around the South African markets, whether the bears are on the prowl, dead cats are bouncing or the stock that should have been a cash cow turned out to be dog.
Where does a relatively large company go to get some credit in order to expand? Ron Derby takes stock
The tragedy at Lonmin’s Marikana mine in South Africa’s North West province, where more than 30 miners lost their lives, has had an impact on the price of platinum
Sales in Apple’s iPhones are falling off in anticipation of the next generation of the phone