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APR

The Economy with Liston Meintjes

The US economy created 196,000 new jobs last month. Good news, but what of it? What sort of jobs?
And what are the implications for inflation, monetary policy and other weighty issues. Liston Meintjes describes them as only he can on a Friday afternoon. Brilliant analysis.
04
APR

The Economy with Annabel Bishop

Annabel Bishop, Investec's chief economist reviews the year’s macroeconomic releases, comments on Moody’s and looks forward to South Africa’s prospects for the rest of the year.
01
APR

The Economy with Miyelani Maluleke

The JSE has started Q2 rather well, but the economy has ended Q1 badly as evidenced by the ABSA PMI for March. The bad news is imparted reluctantly by ABSA economist Miyelani Maluleke.
01
APR

The Economy with David Gracey

The Rand was reprieved on Friday as Moody’s rating agency abruptly cancelled a South Africa review. Our local currency therefore rallied. But what about the year so far? And more importantly the rest of the year? David Gracey, Head of Fixed Income and Currency Trading at Investec has the answers.
28
MAR

The Economy with Nazmeera Moola

It’s quarter end and again South Africa’s economy has disappointed, with data releases at best dreary, at worst disturbing. Nazmeera Moola, joint-MD Investec Asset Management in Cape town reviews the first 3 months and of course, looks forward.
28
MAR

The Economy with Annabel Bishop

The SARB has left local interest rates unchanged against a backdrop of low consumer price inflation but an uptick in producer inflation released today. Now the Pretoria based central bank has to think about rising fuel prices, the weakening Rand, the Turkish Lira and of course, Moody’s.

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