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Credit Insurance Market will Reach US$ 8560 Million by 2023 – New Market Reportt

Credit Insurance Market will reach US$ 8560 million by 2023 according to new market report By thefuturegadgets.com Credit Insurance Market report offers a complete guide to the size and share of the market at an international level. The report makes available the latest market size data, letting you to identify the regions driving growth. It provides […]

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May Day

May Day Commentary: 19 November  Brexit angst topped global headlines last week. The deal that British Prime Minster Theresa May secured with the EU, even though approved by her Cabinet, was met with high-level resignations from her Conservative party, a pound that lost substantial value and calls for a vote of no confidence against May.

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Nervous Markets

Nervous Markets Commentary: 5 November 2018 Trade and global trade concerns have resurfaced, with Bloomberg News reporting that the Trump administration is preparing to announce tariffs on all remaining Chinese imports if this month’s trade talks prove to be unsuccessful. In addition, the recent sell-off on US equity markets is casting doubt amongst investors about

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Mboweni Takes Centre Stage

Mboweni Takes Centre Stage Commentary: 29 October 2018 Former Goldman Sachs chief economist (and the man who coined the term “BRIC”), Jim O’Neill has given our new Finance Minister, Tito Mbweni the thumbs up. He believes the appointment will go a long way towards restoring SA’s international credibility as an investment destination. O’Neill knows Mboweni

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Mboweni’s Moment of Truth

Mboweni’s Moment of Truth Commentary: 25 October In his maiden speech as Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni was calm, composed and even a little jovial. This was the first time that the new administration could distinguish itself in fiscal terms from the old guard. Mboweni was at pains to stress that the economy finds itself in

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Mboweni’s First Test: The Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS)

Mboweni’s First Test: The Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement  (MTBPS) Commentary: The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi made global headlines last week and ratcheted up geopolitical tensions, stoking worries about oil supply from Riyadh. Saudi Arabia has been under increasing pressure since Khashoggi, an outspoken critic of the kingdom, disappeared after visiting the Saudi consulate in

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IMF Global Growth Update and Mboweni Appointment Moody’s keeps SA rating unchanged

IMF Global Growth Update and Mboweni Appointment Moody’s keeps SA rating unchanged Commentary: The IMF has revised its outlook for global growth to 3.7% for 2018 and 2019. The revisions reflect the impact of trade tensions, poor growth prospects in the EU, Japan and the UK as well as the effect on emerging markets of

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SA and World Economic Outlook

SA and World Economic Outlook   Commentary: The price of Brent crude traded above $85 per barrel last week, a four-year high, on supply concerns ahead of US sanctions against Iran which will become effective the 4th November. Iranian output in September fell by 100,000 barrels per day. In addition to the worries about Iran,

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