MoneyWeb – Economy

MoneyWeb – Economy

Moneyweb Holdings is an independent financial media group listed on the JSE. The company’s flagship internet brand is Moneyweb.co.za, South Africa’s premier online source of investment information.

Moneyweb.co.za is one of the top three financial publications in South Africa.

Moneyweb also publishes the only digital daily newspaper in South Africa: Moneyweb Today. The newspaper was launched in April 2014 and is growing quickly.

Divisions emerge as Sarb holds rates, cuts growth outlook

Sarb says inflation is falling but should go lower.

Fuel prices mostly to blame for increase in cost of living

But there is some good news in the latest inflation report ...

Inflation rate falls below target midpoint in April

A moderation in food-price growth tempered an increase in the cost of gasoline.

The rand isn’t SA’s ‘share price’ anymore

The days when the exchange rate could be seen as a barometer of the country's economic prospects (other than when politicians do something really stupid) are over.

SA breaks jinx as bonds dodge emerging-market losses

SA's sovereign debt has given a total return of 1.9%, the most among 25 developing nations tracked by Bloomberg index.

World economy rebound thrown into doubt by escalating trade war

World growth has already slowed.

Through the fog of trade wars

The benefits of open markets shouldn't be obscured by the prevailing rhetoric.

Skeptical investors light on SA stocks after election

Citing depressed valuations, oversold technicals, low investor expectations, and other signals pointing to stabilisation.

US household income and spending rose for all but lowest earners

Households with lower income were spending more than they earned, signaling the draw down of savings.

Budget deficit may be wider than forecast

Shortfall of R233bn for year to March – Treasury.

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