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Bitcoin rules take edge off crypto-nite

New regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges could boost investor confidence in such assets

Apartheid criminals still at large

Corporations and banks that aided the apartheid regime have not been brought to book, so they continue to act with impunity

Another hurdle in competition commission’s forex case

Banks argue the Competition Tribunal has no power to call out foreign firms on cartel conduct

Cashing in on climate change by investing in renewable energy

The financial sector must recognise that including environmental, social and governance concerns in its allocation decisions can be good for business

US bank execs warn government shutdown adds to economic risks

​Bank executives have warned that weakening sentiment amid a lengthening US government shutdown could economic kill growth

Focus shifts to Steinhoff’s ex-chair Christo Wiese

It appears US banks lost $1-billion when they loaned to the tycoon who used his Steinhoff shares as collateral

US plea bargain shows how forex fixes were rigged in SA

Online chat rooms were key to the way in which traders colluded to maximise profits.

JPMorgan Chase upgrades equities in SA, Turkey and Peru

The Federal Reserve's decision to hold on tapering plans will see happy days for emerging markets once again as JPMorgan upgrades its equities.

JP Morgan: The bank that choked on a whale

Greedy for large profits, JP Morgan laid itself open and a single trader cost it $5.8-billion. Eleni Giokos reports.

Dirty energy financiers shamed

Where is all the money coming from to build dirty coal-powered energy plants?

Equities are the way to go

Taking too conservative an investment approach can reduce your nest egg.

World markets keep JSE firm

The JSE remained firm by midday on Tuesday as overnight gains in the United States triggered good buying interest among global equities. By noon, the JSE's broader all-share index was up 2,22%. Banks gained 3,1% and financials lifted 3,06%.

Gold to end higher for seventh year running

Gold is on course to close 2007 at least $100 higher, setting the yellow metal up for its seventh consecutive year of gains in 2008. An ounce of gold cost $629,80 at the start of 2007 and was trading close to $800 an ounce by mid-December after touching $841,10 in November –- its highest level since 1980.

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