Sarb alarmed at dwindling appetite for government bonds
Foreign investors are dumping government bonds at an alarming rate as load-shedding darkens the prospects of the economy. The fear is that locals will not be able to offset the gap left by those that have dumped the asset class. Business Day TV discussed the situation and the Sarb's fears with James Turp from Sanlam Investment.
5 Jun 7AM
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