NEWS ARCHIVES


09 January 2018

Weaker rand pushes JSE above 60 000

The rand came under pressure ahead of ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa’s January 8 statement last night and analysts expect it to end 2018 weaker.

Brait falls as credit insurers get tough on New Look

UK newspapers reported that credit insurers have stopped selling insolvency protection to the retailer’s suppliers.

Schroder pairs retail with leisure for 2018

The European property investor has taken on leisure specialist Urban Planet as an anchor tenant.

The week ahead

Global equity markets, as anticipated, began the year on a positive note. This is sometimes referred to as “The January Effect”, as the start of the...




08 January 2018

Steinhoff grounded as it battles to boost liquidity

Bloomberg says the group’s Gulfstream is up for sale as it scrambles to gather cash.

Tanzania moves to fast-track power project

Kibo remains optimistic that a memorandum of understanding for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project is imminent.




05 January 2018

Taste prepares to dish up rights shares

The JSE has approved the company’s latest rights issue, its fifth since 2014.

Sirius winds up Krefeld transaction

It’s the third site that Sirius has bought in the city due to strong demand for conventional and flexible workspace.

Echo Polska completes first leg of M1 deal

The acquisition of the M1 retail portfolio will move the property investor closer to its aim of becoming a leading Polish retail landlord.




04 January 2018

EOH deal unwind to hit earnings

The group will take a non-cash reduction as it sells back the GCT Group but headline earnings won't be affected.

Steinhoff rises on hope of damage limitation

There is hope that accounting irregularities at the group are confined to its European businesses.

The Big Green gets conditional go signal from CompCom

Old Mutual will have to satisfy some empowerment and enterprise development criteria before it can complete its restructuring.




03 January 2018

Steinhoff winds back the clock in its accounting scandal

The furniture group says its 2015 account can now no longer be relied upon and will have to be restated.

Trencor wangles its way around reporting dilemma

The container group aims to get around the different accounting standards in the US and SA that have created a costly headache.

Sabvest stitches up new label deal

The investment group plans to invest directly in label designer and manufacturer ITL in a deal that will boost its `NAV.




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