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Futures follow JSE substantially weaker

2016-08-31 20:18:05.0

JSE closes more than 1% lower as general retailers lose 6.04% after a disappointing trading update saw Mr Price shares initially plummeting more than 18%

Bond Report

The Bond Report
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30 August 2016

In the Bond Report, Jonathan Myerson, Head of Fixed Interest at RMI Specialist Managers, looks at how bond yields have reacted to the prospects of a US interest-rate hike as early as next month

Stock Watch

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30 August 2016

Join Giulietta Talevi and her guests – Nkareng Mpobane from Ashburton Investments and Fairtree Capital's Jean Pierre Verster as they look into the day’s top performing stocks and answer your stock-related queries. SMS ‘stock’ followed by your question to 33814 or email: stockwatch@bdtv.co.za.

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The Business of the Arts
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30 August 2016

Business and Arts South Africa's Young Business Professionals Programme held an evening Masterclass at the SOMA Gallery in Maboneng to explore the ways that individuals in the corporate sector can make better use of arts-based initiatives as part of their career development.

Traders Corner
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30 August 2016

This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie shares traders frustrations with the Gordhan-Zuma standoff and the impact it's having on the market, and explains why he's adding another options structure for the portfolio, looking ahead to December.

Share My Portfolio

30 August 2016

Stephen Gunnion and his guests – Sasfine Securities’ Nesan Nair and Batanai Matsika from Chariots Capital Partners – shed some light onto this week’s viewer queries. Send us your questions on portfolio@bdtv.co.za.

Small Biz MBA

30 August 2016

Financial controls, which include policies and procedures around small expenses, is vital for the survival of small businesses. Yasmeen Alli and her guest Ann Ligman from P@wBack discuss the not-negotiable structures that should be in place to keep track of both income and expenses.

Smart Money

30 August 2016

Budgeting is a skill that most of us don’t always get right. How can we learn to manage our finances in these tough economic times? Kura and Warren are joined by Wikus Olivier, Debt Management Expert at Debt Safe, who takes them through some helpful budgeting tips.

The Big Small Business Show
Brought to you by MTN Business and SAICA

29 August 2016

Bonolo Moloi, founder of At the Altar, offers bride and groom outfits and accessories for sale or hire. She currently works from home and wants to move out, but rental in a mall will affect her profit margins quite negatively. The panel comes forward with the most amazing solutions for alternative venues.

SME Funding

29 August 2016

What does “I want to be able to wash my face” mean in the world of funding? Sipho and Fortunate Mdanda from Smith Capital share their journey of self-funding all their businesses with hosts Lynette Ntuli and Kumaran Padayachee.

Straight Talk with Mark Barnes

29 August 2016

Business Day Columnist and CEO of the Post Office - Mark Barnes - joins us to discuss this week's topic of his column: People rival inflation targeting

The Roffey Review

29 August 2016

Join Clive Roffey as he takes us through two elements that he feels need to be addressed when it comes to trading.

Global Investor

29 August 2016

Global equity-market volatility is ebbing despite rising risks of another US rate hike this year – so how do you take advantage of the lull? Nick Kunze from Consilium Securities tells you how. Urvesh Desai tells us how Old Mutual is playing the offshore game given slowing growth in SA and a volatile rand.

You and Your Money

29 August 2016

Bryan Hirsh discusses how to access grant funding and how this could enhance the wealth of entrepreneurs with his guests, Nadia and Zahra Rawjee, Directors at Uzunzele.

Master Class

29 August 2016

Criticism isn't everyone's cup of tea and this week Katlego Msomi speaks to Stephanie Vermeulen, author of Personal Intelligence: Future Fit Now, about why critics often frustrates us. They also share tips on how to cope better when dealing with critique.

The Week That Was

26 August 2016

Captain Catastrophe is going to have fun with his toys before he goes! Like plucking the wings off the plane and crashing the train set, while Pravin tries to keep the ledgers tidy. Sasol’s bayou blues have turned a darker shade of azure, Bidcorp’s got cash to burn and fish to fry, Shoprite is steaming ahead, Massmart is middling and Woolies is over-dressed. Join Simon Brown, Giulietta Talevi and Barclay's Capital's Chris Gilmour as they round up The Week That Was.

Africa Inc

26 August 2016

Consumerism in Africa is growing at a rapid rate. We speak to Shoprite's CEO Whitey Basson about what the continent's largest food retailer is doing to gain market share. We also take a look at how informal trade still has a place in the retail sector while online shopping grows in popularity.

The Big Small Business Show
Brought to you by MTN Business and SAICA

26 August 2016

Radio star and social entrepreneur DJ Sbu shares that he made some bad decisions in the past and how he bounced back.

Talking Technical

25 August 2016

Independent Technical Analyst Frans de Klerk talks technical share analysis and gives you his take on whether it’s a Buy/Hold/Sell. Call in live every Thursday with your questions on 011 280 3899.

Editing Allowed

24 August 2016

Peter Bruce and the panel of editors ask whether President Jacob Zuma's desperation is starting to show with his latest moves; why the urgency to get rid of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan; and will SAA ever get it right? The team is also joined by Ray Ndlovu, Zimbabwe Correspondent with Business Times, who tells us what’s happening with our northerly neighbour.

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