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AllAfrica.com
Loan-Stressed Firms Line Up for Taxpayer Bailoutthat could see the use of Shs1.3 trillion taxpayers' money to bailout companies
Loan-Stressed Firms Line Up for Taxpayer Bailout
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
that could see the use of Shs1.3 trillion taxpayers' money to bailout companies in distress is not taken in their favour. Daily Monitor has seen a list of companies owned by prominent businessmen such as Mr Patrick Bitature of Simba Group, Mr Abid... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Budget 2016 - From Hope to Despair?into law. "As I said in my New Year message, living in the State House does no
Budget 2016 - From Hope to Despair?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
into law. "As I said in my New Year message, living in the State House does not in any way alienate me from your daily struggles. I read the newspapers and listen to the TV and radio news. I hear your cries. I share your pains. "The... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Banks Make a Killing Out of Cash ShortagesRESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya in June slashed bank transactio
Banks Make a Killing Out of Cash Shortages
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya in June slashed bank transaction fees significantly to give a reprieve to depositors who had suffered exortionate charges from banks while at the same time promoting the use of plastic money, but it... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Growing Pain for Businesses As Hawkers Take Over Nairobi Streetsothers soon join in to form a full illegal open air market right there," a shop
Growing Pain for Businesses As Hawkers Take Over Nairobi Streets
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
others soon join in to form a full illegal open air market right there," a shop owner, Vincent Wakhaya, told Business Daily. "You then realise they have products similar to yours but sell at a third of the price or less. One had shirts... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Banks Tighten Cash Withdrawal LimitsThe shortage of cash in Zimbabwe continues unabated with banks continuing to ti
Banks Tighten Cash Withdrawal Limits
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
The shortage of cash in Zimbabwe continues unabated with banks continuing to tighten screws on withdrawal caps; taking down limits to as low as $50 and $100 per day. The demand for cash has continued to rise despite the reduction in service charges... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Banks tighten cash withdrawal limits The shortage of cash in Zimbabwe continues unabated with banks continuing to
Banks tighten cash withdrawal limits
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 16 days ago
The shortage of cash in Zimbabwe continues unabated with banks continuing to tighten screws on withdrawal caps; taking down limits to as low as $50 and $100 per day. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA The demand for cash has... Read more
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Business Wire
Eco Animal Health UK Regulatory Announcement: Final Resultsthe group has acquired for renovation and resale. Management expect that the re
Eco Animal Health UK Regulatory Announcement: Final Results
Business Wire / Posted 25 days ago
the group has acquired for renovation and resale. Management expect that the return will far exceed the rates available on bank deposits and expect to repeat the exercise as suitable opportunities arise. Key Performance Indicators The key... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Rebalancing, Wealth Transfers, and the Growth of Chinese Debtago but it has steadily declined with the rising debt burden and is currently p
Rebalancing, Wealth Transfers, and the Growth of Chinese Debt
Naked Capitalism / Posted 29 days ago
ago but it has steadily declined with the rising debt burden and is currently probably not much above 2-3%. A People’s Daily article published yesterday showed that China’s leadership is trying to make a grand shift in the nation’s economic... Read more
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The Economic Times
Brexit effect: Will London stay world's finance capital?Morgan has indicated that it could reduce close to 4,000 UK jobs and HSBC is mo
Brexit effect: Will London stay world's finance capital?
The Economic Times / Posted a month ago
Morgan has indicated that it could reduce close to 4,000 UK jobs and HSBC is moving 1,000 jobs to its subsidiary in Paris. Bankers say that some of the large European banks like Deutsche and BNP that have a regional headquarters in London, might... Read more
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Morningstar
FTSE 100 tumbles the most in 7 years after U.K. voters back Brexithad been down by as much as 8.7% as it hit an intraday low of 5,786.74. The blu
FTSE 100 tumbles the most in 7 years after U.K. voters back Brexit
Morningstar / Posted a month ago
had been down by as much as 8.7% as it hit an intraday low of 5,786.74. The blue-chips index was moving toward its largest daily percentage loss since March 2009, FactSet data showed. All sectors were in the red, and just a handful of shares... Read more
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Newsmax
Pound Plunges to Lowest in More Than 30 Years as Brexit Loomsprojected a victory for the “Leave” campaign in the nation’s European Union ref
Pound Plunges to Lowest in More Than 30 Years as Brexit Looms
Newsmax / Posted a month ago
projected a victory for the “Leave” campaign in the nation’s European Union referendum. U.K. stock index futures fell and bank shares tumbled. “I got into this business in 1980 and I’ve never seen an evening like this one,” said Chuck Self, chief... Read more
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iol.co.za
Rand takes a beating on Brexitto the pound as possible, such as U.S. Treasuries and the yen,” said Ayako Sera
Rand takes a beating on Brexit
iol.co.za / Posted a month ago
to the pound as possible, such as U.S. Treasuries and the yen,” said Ayako Sera, market economist at Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank. The pound fell more than 10 percent to $1.3300, its cheapest level since September 1985, when five major economies at... Read more
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The Economic Times
Sterling hits lowest in 3 decades, yen surges as Brexit slams marketsin March. The plunge in European currencies lifted the dollar index 3 percent
Sterling hits lowest in 3 decades, yen surges as Brexit slams markets
The Economic Times / Posted 1 months ago
in March. The plunge in European currencies lifted the dollar index 3 percent, which, if sustained, would be its biggest daily gain since 1978. Also read: Get news, views and all the updates about Brexit here The sharp moves raised worries that... Read more

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