What is in store for global equity markets in 2019? Will investor confidence return or are we facing another year of consolidation or negative returns? In this video, Saxo Group’s CIO Steen Jakobsen discuss his key trading theme for Q1 2019.
The race is on to see who will replace outgoing World Bank President Jim Yong Kim. World Bank Photo Collection/Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND Danny Bradlow, University of Pretoria The World Bank will launch the process for selecting the new World Bank President on 7 February. There’s been a great deal ofRead More
A sustainable and consistent energy supply remains one of the key challenges facing the world in 2019 and there is much debate around how best to roll out infrastructure in this space. Is fusion energy the answer? Hear how funding and fear are holding us back, and what we canRead More
While the JSE continues to deliver an uninspired performance, international markets continue to throw up a variety of interesting opportunities. The Motley Fool team including Financials host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP both discuss a stock that has caught their attention. This week, Frankel discusses why 8.2%-yielding hotelRead More
Author: Gebisa Ejeta, Purdue University After rapid economic growth averaging 10% every year between 2004 and 2014, Ethiopia has emerged as an engine of development in Africa. And there are no signs that ambitions for further growth are fading. This is clear from the government’s blueprint to achieve middle-income statusRead More
Are you finding your business in a conflict with the South African Revenue Services (SARS) which is consuming time and resources and is taking your eye off the ball? Is this preventing you from running a successful business? These kinds of disputes can lead to conflict situations with bothRead More
The outlook for auto stocks continues to be hotly debated in investment circles with "new generation" businesses coming up against the industry behemoths. Among U.S. automakers, Ford (NYSE: F) was the one that managed to sail through the Great Recession without a government bailout, it’s making muscular moves in theRead More
It has been a busy week in financial circles with the Brexit vote and the South African Reserve Bank announcing it would hold interest rates at current levels. Below we have mapped the Rand over the last 30 days against the US dollar (Black), Pound (Orange), Euro (Blue) and AustralianRead More