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Market to gain after fuel price cut

South African shares were led higher by the mining sector and the market looked set to make further gains in coming sessions after fuel prices were slashed.

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SA growth outlook dims on Eskom woes

SA’s Reserve Bank has slashed its growth forecast for this year, saying the power crisis is poised to offset the benefit of lower oil prices.

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Coronation wins Raging Bull award

Coronation Fund Managers last night won the Raging Bull award for the South African management company of the year for the sixth time.

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Market to gain after fuel price cut
January 31 2015 at 14:36

South African shares were led higher by the mining sector and the market looked set to make further gains in coming sessions after fuel prices were slashed.

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SA growth outlook dims on Eskom woes
January 30 2015 at 04:35

SA’s Reserve Bank has slashed its growth forecast for this year, saying the power crisis is poised to offset the benefit of lower oil prices.

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Coronation wins Raging Bull award
January 29 2015 at 04:42

Coronation Fund Managers last night won the Raging Bull award for the South African management company of the year for the sixth time.

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Rand rallies on US rate hopes
January 28 2015 at 19:25

Rand shakes off power supply concerns and broad emerging market weakness to trade over half a percent firmer against the dollar, as traders anticipate delay in US rate hike

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Rand stable against the dollar
January 26 2015 at 09:53

South Africa’s rand was stable against the dollar early on Monday while bond yields hovered near 20-month lows.

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Stocks rally as ECB measure sinks in
January 26 2015 at 05:15

Stocks in Johannesburg rose in the biggest weekly advance in a month after Europe, South Africa’s largest regional trading partner, announced economic stimulus to bolster growth.

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