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Airspace Technologies raises $20 mln as investors pile into logistics startups

15/11 The latest startup aiming to bring new technology to the business of moving around cargo has raised $20 million in fresh funding, bolstering an already record year of fundraising for companies in the shipping. . .  Full story

Brian Joffe's Long4Life to buy South African drinks maker

28/11 Brian Joffe's South African investment firm Long4Life has agreed to buy Chill Beverages for at least 452 million rand ($33 million) in cash and shares, Long4Life said on Tuesday.. . .  Full story

Investec asset management buys stake in South African school firm

18/10 Investec Asset Management, a subsidiary of Investec, has bought in a firm that runs private colleges in South Africa, it said on Thursday, tapping into a fast-paced expansion in education businesses.. . .  Full story

Most Asian currencies firmer; Indonesia's rupiah leads gains

08h29 Most Asian currencies firmed in a thin range on Friday as hopes of easing trade tension between China and the United States were undercut by political turmoil over Brexit in a mixed week for. . .  Full story

Rising U.S. bond yields pose risks to greenback

18/10 Higher U.S. Treasury yields have been cited as a factor supporting the greenback in recent months. In the longer term, however, some analysts see rising interest rates and mounting debt weighing on the dollar.. . .  Full story

With risky bets back in play, stock selloff revives 'Volmageddon' memories

12/10 Months after he lost millions when an esoteric corner of financial markets cratered in February, former Target Corp store manager Seth Golden is betting against volatility again.. . .  Full story

INSIGHT-With risky bets back in play, stock selloff revives 'Volmageddon' memories

15/10 Months after he lost millions when an esoteric corner of financial markets cratered in February, former Target Corp store manager Seth Golden is betting against volatility again.. . .  Full story

Old Mutual - final dividend

11/03 The directors of Old Mutual (the ˘company÷) have declared a second interim dividend for the year ended 31 December 2015 of 6.25p per share (the ˘Second Interim Dividend÷), which will be. . .  Full story

Interest rate cuts would hurt South African economy, central banker says

26/09 South Africa's central bank should stick to targeting inflation rather than trying to stimulate the economy, because an abrupt change in policy would damage its credibility and push up prices, a. . .  Full story

Netflix adds to growing debt pile with $2 bln bond issue

22/10 Netflix Inc announced on Monday it will tap debt markets for a second time this year, aiming to raise another $2 billion as the streaming video pioneer invests heavily in production of original shows. . .  Full story

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U.S. farmers scramble to contain trade-war damage, find new markets

14/11 Clouds crowded the Illinois sky as Nick Harre walked away from his combine at the peak of harvest to join four fellow farmers in greeting some unlikely visitors.. . .  Full story

Investec asset management buys stake in South African school firm

18/10 Investec Asset Management, a subsidiary of Investec, has bought in a firm that runs private colleges in South Africa, it said on Thursday, tapping into a fast-paced expansion in education businesses.. . .  Full story

Brian Joffe's Long4Life to buy South African drinks maker

28/11 Brian Joffe's South African investment firm Long4Life has agreed to buy Chill Beverages for at least 452 million rand ($33 million) in cash and shares, Long4Life said on Tuesday.. . .  Full story

Hong Kong stocks extend falls on tech selloff; Lenovo plummets

05/10 Hong Kong stocks fell for a fourth straight session on Friday, dragged by a selloff in technology stocks on fears that these companies will be the latest casualties in the escalating U.S.-China trade war. **. . .  Full story

Datatec - report on AGM proceedings

14/09 At the annual general meeting (˘AGM÷) of the shareholders of Datatec held today, 14 September 2017 all the ordinary and special resolutions proposed at the meeting were unaltered from that reflected. . .  Full story

With risky bets back in play, stock selloff revives 'Volmageddon' memories

12/10 Months after he lost millions when an esoteric corner of financial markets cratered in February, former Target Corp store manager Seth Golden is betting against volatility again.. . .  Full story

Netflix adds to growing debt pile with $2 bln bond issue

22/10 Netflix Inc announced on Monday it will tap debt markets for a second time this year, aiming to raise another $2 billion as the streaming video pioneer invests heavily in production of original shows. . .  Full story

Interest rate cuts would hurt South African economy, central banker says

26/09 South Africa's central bank should stick to targeting inflation rather than trying to stimulate the economy, because an abrupt change in policy would damage its credibility and push up prices, a. . .  Full story

INSIGHT-With risky bets back in play, stock selloff revives 'Volmageddon' memories

15/10 Months after he lost millions when an esoteric corner of financial markets cratered in February, former Target Corp store manager Seth Golden is betting against volatility again.. . .  Full story

Rising U.S. bond yields pose risks to greenback

18/10 Higher U.S. Treasury yields have been cited as a factor supporting the greenback in recent months. In the longer term, however, some analysts see rising interest rates and mounting debt weighing on the dollar.. . .  Full story

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U.S. Mint American Eagle gold coin sales rise 7.3 pct in October

31/10 The U.S. Mint sold 22,000 ounces of American Eagle gold coins in October, up 7.3 percent from the previous month, according to the latest data. (in ounces). . .  Full story

Investec asset management buys stake in South African school firm

18/10 Investec Asset Management, a subsidiary of Investec , has bought in a firm that runs private colleges in South Africa, it said on Thursday, tapping into a fast-paced expansion in education businesses.. . .  Full story

S.African pension fund buys majority stake in Africa's biggest cattle firm

24/10 South Africa's state pension fund and a local black investment firm have bought a majority stake in Africa's biggest cattle company for 5.2 billion rand ($360 million).. . .  Full story

Most Asian currencies firmer; Indonesia's rupiah leads gains

08h29 Most Asian currencies firmed in a thin range on Friday as hopes of easing trade tension between China and the United States were undercut by political turmoil over Brexit in a mixed week for. . .  Full story

Recession-bound South Africa sees wider budget deficits, low growth; rand dips

24/10 South Africa predicted wider budget deficits and cut growth forecasts in a bleak budget on Wednesday that focused spending on infrastructure, manufacturing and agriculture to boost the recession-bound economy.. . .  Full story

South African dairy firm Clover says in takeover talks, shares soar

19/10 Shares in South Africa's Clover Industries raced to their highest in almost two months on Friday after the dairy company said it is in talks with an unnamed firm that intends to acquire all. . .  Full story

South Africa's Ramaphosa orders inquiry at $142 billion state pension fund

17/10 South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday appointed a judicial inquiry into the 2 trillion rand ($142 billion) state pension fund, a government gazette said, following corruption allegations.. . .  Full story

South Africa's Eskom plans first major battery storage project

23/10 South Africa's state-run power firm Eskom said on Tuesday it is planning its first major battery storage project as President Cyril Ramaphosa seeks to boost renewable energy usage and reduce the. . .  Full story

Hong Kong stocks extend falls on tech selloff; Lenovo plummets

05/10 Hong Kong stocks fell for a fourth straight session on Friday, dragged by a selloff in technology stocks on fears that these companies will be the latest casualties in the escalating U.S.-China trade war. **. . .  Full story

South Africa's Old Mutual sells all 5.5 mln shares in Nedbank

18/10 South Africa's Old Mutual Ltd said on Thursday it sold all 5.5 million shares in Nedbank Group Ltd to select institutional investors, marking the final step in the spinning-off of the unit.. . .  Full story

South Africa's Verimark says majority shareholder intends to delist firm

22/10 South Africa's Verimark Holdings said on Monday its majority shareholder intended to acquire the remaining shares and delist the firm which sells direct response television products.. . .  Full story

South Africa's rand, bonds slump after budget disappoints

24/10 South Africa's rand weakened more than 1 percent on Wednesday after new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni forecast wider deficits and slower growth in his maiden budget speech.. . .  Full story

With risky bets back in play, stock selloff revives 'Volmageddon' memories

12/10 Months after he lost millions when an esoteric corner of financial markets cratered in February, former Target Corp store manager Seth Golden is betting against volatility again.. . .  Full story

AB InBev halves dividend, shares tumble as major markets hit

25/10 Anheuser-Busch InBev cut its proposed dividend by half on Thursday as beer sales dropped in the world's largest brewer's largest markets, the United States and Brazil, and overall earnings fell short of forecasts, knocking its. . .  Full story

South Africa's latest finance minister walks budget tightrope to fix ailing economy

22/10 South Africa's new finance minister will target spending on agriculture, infrastructure and job creation projects in his inaugural budget speech on Wednesday in a bid to haul the economy out of. . .  Full story

South Africa's Old Mutual to sell Nedbank shares

17/10 South Africa's Old Mutual Ltd said on Wednesday it would sell around 5.5 million shares in Nedbank Group Ltd to select institutional investors, following the spin-off of the unit.. . .  Full story

Steinhoff says investors to suspend legal battle as firm recovers

17/10 Steinhoff said on Wednesday investors who are suing the crisis-hit firm had agreed to suspend litigation until next year, allowing the retailer time to focus on its recovery.. . .  Full story

INSIGHT-With risky bets back in play, stock selloff revives 'Volmageddon' memories

15/10 Months after he lost millions when an esoteric corner of financial markets cratered in February, former Target Corp store manager Seth Golden is betting against volatility again.. . .  Full story

Famous Brands' GBK burger business initiates company voluntary arrangement

24/10 UK Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK), owned by South African fast-food chain owner Famous Brands, has decided to initiate a company voluntary arrangement (CVA), Famous Brands said on Wednesday.. . .  Full story

Rising U.S. bond yields pose risks to greenback

18/10 Higher U.S. Treasury yields have been cited as a factor supporting the greenback in recent months. In the longer term, however, some analysts see rising interest rates and mounting debt weighing on the dollar.. . .  Full story

South Africa's rand firms; Clover shines in flat stock market

19/10 South Africa's rand firmed on Friday, tracking a broad rally in emerging markets, as investors awaited the new finance minister's medium-term budget speech and consumer price inflation numbers due next week.. . .  Full story

U.S. Silica misses estimates, sees frac sand price recovery in 2019

23/10 U.S. Silica Holdings missed analysts' estimates for quarterly profit on Tuesday, as fewer oil well completions hit demand for its frac sand, and said it expected substantial price and margin recovery only in the second. . .  Full story

South African state firm Transnet removes CEO

22/10 The board of directors of South African state-owned logistics firm Transnet said it had removed Chief Executive Siyabonga Gama, who has been accused of misconduct in a multi-million-dollar deal.. . .  Full story

Shoprite to pay South African customers for reusing plastic bags

23/10 Shoprite Holdings, South Africa's biggest supermarket chain, said on Tuesday it would pay customers for reusing its newly introduced recyclable bag as it joined domestic rivals in efforts to curb plastic pollution.. . .  Full story

South Africa's rand softer after U.S. Fed's minutes; stocks fall

18/10 South Africa's rand retreated on Thursday as minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's September meeting striking a hawkish tone bolstered the dollar and dampened some of the enthusiasm for emerging currencies.. . .  Full story

South African dairy firm Clover says in takeover talks, shares soar

19/10 Shares in South Africa's Clover Industries raced to their highest in almost two months on Friday after the dairy company said it is in talks with an unnamed firm that intends. . .  Full story

South Africa's Long4Life posts first-half profit, but no dividend

24/10 South African investment firm Long4Life swung into a trading profit in the half-year to end August, it said on Wednesday, as asset acquisitions became effective, lifting group sales.. . .  Full story

Nigeria central bank, MTN getting closer to settlement -minister

17/10 Nigeria's central bank and South African telecommunications firm MTN could soon strike a deal in their dispute over the repatriation of $8.1 billion, Nigeria's information minister said on Wednesday.. . .  Full story

Astoria quarterly results September 2018

23/10 Total revenue for the quarter shot up to USD8 million (2017: USD352 000). Operating profit turned around to USD7.5 million (2017: operating loss of USD248 000). Total comprehensive income for the. . .  Full story

Long4Life interim results August 2018

24/10 Long4Life released their maiden set of interim results for the period ended August 2018, therefore there are no comparable figures provided. Revenue of R1.53 billion and trading profit of R177.6 million. . .  Full story