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16
JAN
11am

Oil steadies as global economic slowdown looms

Well oil prices took a knock earlier this week, as increasing signs of a global economic slowdown loom. But the Opec-led supply cuts have managed to cushion the blow a little as we've had Brent crude, maintain its price, just above the $60 a barrel level. Ivan Petrella from the Warwick Business School joins us on the line as he shares his perspective on the current situation playing out on the oil markets.
16
JAN
11am

Retail sales up 3.1% Y/Y in November

Retail sales grew at 3.1% year-on-year in November with the largest annual growth rates recorded for retailers in household furniture, appliances and equipment. On a month-on-month basis sales grew 3.3% defying expectations for a modest weakening. Kevin Lings, Chief Economist at Stanlib joins us to discuss what this print suggests for the retail sales climate moving forward.
16
JAN
11am

Theresa May suffers crushing Brexit vote defeat

Roughly 72 days before the proposed Brexit date, British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal suffered defeat and she now faces a vote of no confidence. Where does this leave the process and what are some of the economic implications? Brexit enthusiast, Roger Bootle who is Economist & Chair of Capital Economics joins us on the line from London with his perspective.
15
JAN
11am

ANC's election manifesto eyes pension assets

Andrew Canter from Futuregrowth Asset Management joins Business Day TV for his perspective on the ANC’s plan to investigate the introduction of prescribed assets on financial institutions’ funds.
11
JAN
11am

Political and economical outlook for 2019

2019 is set to be a big one for South Africa but the election in May should not be the be all and end all for the country, we should all care about the ratings agencies, Eskom and economic growth. Peter Attard Montalto from Intellidex joins Leigh Roberts to detail some of the key events that will shape markets in 2019.

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