Nicholas Spiro

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iol.co.za
Corporate SA hoarding cashagainst him were “malicious rumours” that were “manufactured for other motives”
Corporate SA hoarding cash
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
against him were “malicious rumours” that were “manufactured for other motives”. “Gordhan is being hung out to dry,” said Nicholas Spiro, a partner at London-based Lauressa Advisory, which advises asset managers. “This is a textbook example of how... Read more
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14d
Mail & Guardian
Zuma stymies Gordhan’s bid to rescue SA’s economyand the central bank. “Even if the rumors of Gordhan’s imminent arrest are unt
Zuma stymies Gordhan’s bid to rescue SA’s economy
Mail & Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
and the central bank. “Even if the rumors of Gordhan’s imminent arrest are untrue, the damage has been done,” said Nicholas Spiro, a partner at London-based Lauressa Advisory Ltd, which advises asset managers. “It reinforces the perception... Read more
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14d
iol.co.za
‘Zuma factor’ stymies Gordhan’s rescue bidand the central bank. “Even if the rumours of Gordhan’s imminent arrest are un
‘Zuma factor’ stymies Gordhan’s rescue bid
iol.co.za / Posted 14 days ago
and the central bank. “Even if the rumours of Gordhan’s imminent arrest are untrue, the damage has been done,” said Nicholas Spiro, a partner at London-based Lauressa Advisory Limited, which advises asset managers. “It reinforces the... Read more
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25d
Fortune
Turkey's Political Turmoil Is Bad News for Investorseconomics. “Rate cuts were imprudent even before the crisis erupted, given Tur
Turkey's Political Turmoil Is Bad News for Investors
Fortune / Posted 25 days ago
economics. “Rate cuts were imprudent even before the crisis erupted, given Turkey’s worryingly high inflation rate,” said Nicholas Spiro, partner at London-based Lauressa Advisory. “The rift between Erdogan and Davutoglu undermines the... Read more
25d
The Star
Turkey's political turmoil casts a pall on reforms and investor confidenceeconomics. "Rate cuts were imprudent even before the crisis erupted, given Tur
Turkey's political turmoil casts a pall on reforms and investor confidence
The Star / Posted 25 days ago
economics. "Rate cuts were imprudent even before the crisis erupted, given Turkey's worryingly high inflation rate," said Nicholas Spiro, partner at London-based Lauressa Advisory. "The rift between Erdogan and Davutoglu undermines the... Read more

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