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European shares fall and borrowing costs for eurozone’s most indebted states rise as leftist Syriza party looks set to take on Greece’s international lenders after election victory
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Aspen shares jump on $142 million pharmaceuticals deal with Novartis. Anglo American Platinum warns that full-year headline earnings may fall by as much as 55% And Anglo American is reported to be mulling the sales of coal mines in Australia.
Viv Govender from Vunani Private Clients takes Giulietta Talevi through all the day’s market action.
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On the show this week, Diana Games, CEO of Africa@Work, discusses Africa’s growth agenda, falling oil price and the World Economic Forum. HSBC economist David Faulkner gives his perspective on Nigeria’s decision to keep interest rates on hold despite the effect of lower oil prices on economic growth. Gerhard le Roux from Imara Africa Securities tells us what caught his eye on the markets this week.
It's Mario Draghi to Europe's rescue, DAVOS to everyone else and if you buy that, then our National Key Points list makes perfect sense, as does putting the Minister for water in charge of putting out Soweto's fires. Bring your bile and your beer and tune in for The Week That was as Simon Brown, Giulietta Talevi and Sasfin's David Shapiro put the wind up the business week.
This week, the small caps spotlight falls on three listed property stocks with rand-hedge earnings: INTU, Rockcastle and Resilient. Join Giulietta Talevi and her guest Ron Klipin of Cratos Wealth for a look at whether these shares should find a home in your portfolio.
For technical share analysis and a call on whether it’s a Buy/Sell, Giulietta Talevi and Independent Technical Analyst Frans de Klerk bring you an informative half-hour discussion on technical share analysis. Call in LIVE on 011 280 3899.
Peter Bruce and the Editing Allowed team take a critical look at the top news stories of the week.
Credit Guarantee CEO, Charles Nortje takes through the year that was for them in 2014.
Make sure you tune into Traders Corner as founder Garth Mackenzie shows the relative performance of the JSE's major indices, and explains why he's taken a long position on Sanlam. That's Traders Corner, BDTV's real-time, real-money, warts-and-all trading show, at 8.30pm tonight.
Ricus Reeders of PSG Sandton and Graeme Korner of Korner Perspective join Stephen Gunnion to shed some light on your portfolio queries. Send us your questions through to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Move over Cannes and make way for the Mandela International Film Festival. Acclaimed actress Terry Pheto & Head of the Nelson Mandela Royal Family, Nkosi Mandla Mandela tell us more about the highly anticipated event, with Thebe Investments at the helm of it all.
Leigh Roberts and Mervyn King discuss executive remuneration with guests Johan Redelinghuys : Partner at Heidrick & Struggles and Gerald Seegers, PwC’s Head of Human Resource Services for Southern Africa
Bryan Hirsch speaks to Geraldine Macpherson, Senior Legal Adviser at Liberty and COO Gordon Stuart of Sentinel International Advisory Services about the importance of a well prepared will in estate planning.
Absence of knowledge is the source of all prejudice. Business Day Columnist and Chairman of Purple Capital joins Giulietta Talevi in studio to discuss this lack of knowledge.
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