A bad start, a late charge. It all looked awful after breakfast, but by teatime the JSE was positive. Lindsay Williams chats to a leading Cape Town markets… »
Archive for June 1st, 2010
On the debut of the healthcare feature we talk the pharma sector on the… »
It’s time to stock pick as the market gyrates with giddying regularity. Lindsay Williams talks to Stanlib in… »
The JSE opened lower on Tuesday in response to wobbly global markets and news that China’s manufacturing activity expanded at a slower pace in May than the previous month.
By 09:17 the JSE all share index fell 0.52%, with resources down 0.43%, and platinum miners gave up 1.72%. Gold miners lost… »
— Standard Bank releases May residential property gauge.
— Kagiso releases May PMI.
— Weekly government bond auction.
— Keaton Energy Holdings releases annual results.
WHAT TO WATCH FOR:
This week is a quite a busy week in terms of economic data, with the Kagiso PMI for May today, followed by the NAAMSA new vehicle sales for May on… »
Johannesburg, Jun 1 (I-Net Bridge) - Government’s budget deficit improved by a considerable 32.9% y/y in April, to -R25.1 billion in the first month of the new fiscal year.
Much of the improvement came on the back of the recovery in government revenues in April, with revenues rising 52.3% y/y to 37 billion… »