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SPONSORED: Business in 2020: How the global economy is shaping up

Investors are keeping a close eye on what’s happening in the US, UK and China

The macro tightrope

Balancing Zim's macro-economic environment to stimulate long-term growth

Despite M&A uptick, many investors still on the fence

How land reform will be achieved in South Africa continues to limit near-term investment

Ramaphosa’s Erdogan problem

As investors move away from risky emerging markets, the highly traded rand is caught up in the contagion

SA counts cost of poor governance

If investors take a proactive oversight role, capital can be allocated to well-run entities

Euro fears and slow growth in China, US could boost gold

Many investors have lost hope that the gold price — which has plummeted to its lowest level in two years — will ever get back to its 2011 mark.

Investors jittery, rand retreats as Mangaung looms

The rand retreated from a tough resistance barrier and languished in a recent range as uncertainty about the ANC election has kept investors jittery.

Zimbabwe investors find glass half-full

Uncertainty has become a way of life for businesses eyeing Zimbabwe's consumer boom. Jason Moyo reports.

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