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2014/09/16 10:34
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Frankfurt - A major international organisation has cut its growth forecast for the countries that use the euro and says the troubled currency union needs even more stimulus from the central bank and...
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2014/09/16 10:22
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Chairwoman Janet Yellen will meet with other members of the Fed's monetary policy committee in... As Chairwoman Janet Yellen and other members of the Fed’s monetary policy committee meet in...
2014/09/16 10:18
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South Africa’s large current account deficit poses risks to its sovereign credit ratings, international rating agency Moody’s warned on Monday. Sovereign ratings downgrades imply higher borrowing...
2014/09/16 09:34
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Johannesburg - South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar on Tuesday as investors braced for easing domestic inflation numbers, an expected unchanged rates decision and more hawkish comments from...
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2014/09/16 09:27
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Share market falls for fifth straight session while the dollar returns to yesterday's lows The Australian dollar has rallied before falling back near yesterday's lows in another poor session for the...
2014/09/16 09:18
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AngloGold Ashanti will not proceed with its proposed split and $2.1-billion capital raise after opposition from some shareholders to the quantum of the rights issue, the company said. "There has been...
2014/09/16 08:30
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Pretoria — The Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU) of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has obtained an order in the North Gauteng High Court freezing a cash amount of US$9.34 million - about R102...
2014/09/16 08:28
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A man casts a net by the side of a river next to a construction site of new residential buildings in Wuhan, Hubei province.Reuters China's foreign direct investment fell to a two and a half-year low...
2014/09/16 08:27
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Australia's central bank warned of speculative demand in the country's real estate sector, triggered by record low interest rates, signaling that further monetary policy easing is unlikely in the near...
2014/09/16 08:24
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The Australian dollar could not hang onto overnight gains, as the Reserve Bank's growing unease over the housing market boom and a rebound in the iron ore price failed to provide the currency with...
2014/09/16 08:24
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Australian shares and the local currency remained under pressure on Tuesday despite the biggest rebound in the iron ore price for six months. Globally investors are focused on the US Federal...
2014/09/16 08:05
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The Australian share market is flat as gains in mining stocks offset weakness elsewhere in the market. Chinese iron ore rebounded from five year lows overnight to push back above $US85 a tonne, which...
2014/09/16 08:05
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The Australian dollar has risen on speculation the central bank may lift interest rates if the housing market overheats. At 1200 AEST on Tuesday, the local currency was trading at 90.45 US cents, up...
2014/09/16 07:34
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THE Australian dollar may have dropped four US cents in a just 10 days but it's going to take more than that to spur business investment, Reserve Bank assistant governor Christopher Kent says. THE...
2014/09/16 07:17
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Janna Weaver is proud she’s managed to keep her bamboo plant alive for more than a year. She’s not quite ready for a pet yet, and a child? “Definitely not anytime soon.” “I want to know who I am...
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2014/09/16 07:10
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The share market has closed lower as investors pulled out of bank stocks in anticipation of a rise in interest interest rates in the United States. Investors are speculating the US Federal Reserve...
2014/09/16 06:34
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Independent NewspapersEskom's Medupi power station. The power utility faces a possible credit rating downgrade. Photo: Supplied Eskom faces the real threat of having its credit rating slashed to junk...
2014/09/16 06:34
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WE CONTINUE to expect no change in the repo rate for the remainder of the year as consumer price index (CPI) inflation falls, but the Reserve Bank’s stance is hawkish. The Reserve Bank has frequently...
2014/09/16 06:29
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THE Reserve Bank is in no rush to hike interest rates despite its concerns about rising house prices. THE central bank made particular mention of soaring capital city prices at their latest monthly...
2014/09/16 06:28
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The New Zealand dollar held gains in local trading after weak US industrial production sapped demand for the greenback, and ahead of an upcoming dairy auction, which will offer a gauge on New...
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