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International case may set precedent in rand-rigging battle
International case may set precedent in rand-rigging battle
The Competition Commission said it will consider the recent settlement between banking group Standard Chartered and US authorities in its own case...
Foreign investment continues to dip in Nigeria as HSBC, UBS exit
Foreign investment continues to dip in Nigeria as HSBC, UBS exit
Two global banking corporations – HSBC and UBS – have closed their offices in Nigeria in yet another blow to foreign direct investment in the...
Nigeria orders MTN to refund $8.13bn
Nigeria orders MTN to refund $8.13bn
Nigeria's central bank has ordered South African telecoms giant MTN to refund $8.13-billion that it allegedly illegally repatriated and fined four...
Liverpool denies Suarez apology forced
Liverpool denies Suarez apology forced
Liverpool on Tuesday denied reports that they'd apologised for Luis Suarez's conduct at Old Trafford as a result of pressure from shirt sponsors...
GDP slows due to contraction in mining
GDP slows due to contraction in mining
South Africa's economic growth rate slowed to 2,1% in the first quarter of 2008 on a seasonally adjusted and annualised basis, official data showed...
PPI data 'does not bode well for consumers'
PPI data 'does not bode well for consumers'
South Africa's producer price index (PPI) rose by 11,8% year-on-year in March from 11,2% in February, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) data on...
February PPI 'a shock to the system'
February PPI 'a shock to the system'
South Africa's producer price inflation (PPI) accelerated above forecasts to 11,2% year-on-year in February from 10,4% in January, official data...
Manuel's budget: Mediocre or historic?
Manuel's budget: Mediocre or historic?
Overwhelmingly positive or mediocre? Economists on Wednesday had a variety of impressions to share of Finance Minister Trevor Manuel's national...
Power crisis likely to wipe out surplus
Power crisis likely to wipe out surplus
The goal posts for Finance Minister Trevor Manuel's spending plans in Wednesday's national budget were carefully placed last October when he...
December CPIX up more than 8%
December CPIX up more than 8%
South Africa's consumer price index excluding mortgage rate changes (CPIX) for metro and other areas, which is used by the South African Reserve...
Trade deficit: 'SA is now officially in trouble'
Trade deficit: 'SA is now officially in trouble'
South Africa's monthly trade deficit jumped to a record R14,73-billion in October, compared to September's R4,3-billion shortfall, the South...
PPI slows to 'better than expected' 9,4%
PPI slows to 'better than expected' 9,4%
South Africa's producer price inflation (PPI) slowed to 9,4% year-on-year in August, below forecasts, after a 10,3% increase in July, official data...

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