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The Economy with Russell Silberston

The European Central Bank has concluded its meeting and has announced its policy on interest rates and the monetary stimulus.
Russell discusses what an upbeat Christine Lagarde head of the ECB has said.
Russell Silberston is a strategist at Ninety One in London.

The Economy with Nazmeera Moola

This week we had a release of the GDP data from South Africa and it was predictably bad.
A look at "GDP and how to fund the R500bn 2021 deficit" penned by Nazmeera Moola, Head of SA Investments at Ninety One in Cape Town.

The Economy with Martin Ackerman

South Africa's much-anticipated GDP number has just been released for the second quarter of 2020.
Lindsay discusses this with Martin Ackerman, Chief Economist and Advisory Partner at Citadel


Russell Lamberti is founder of investment advisory firm ETM Macro Advisors. He is the co-author of When Money Destroys Nations, a book about Zimbabwe's hyperinflation crisis. He lives in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Economy: The IMF Loan

Peter Leon of Herbert Smith Freehills based in Johannesburg, is a partner and the Africa Co-Chair. During the last decade International Who's Who of Mining Lawyers, BestLawyer, Legal 500 EMEA, Chambers and Partners and other peer reviewed global legal directories have consistently identified him as one of the world's pre-eminent mining lawyers.

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