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Given the wide-ranging impact of the pandemic and in line with advice from government and the World Health Organisation (WHO), limiting unnecessary human contact is an invaluable precaution. We therefore strongly encourage you to use our suite of digital tools and trading platforms for your financial needs. Digital platforms provide an efficient, fast, safe and nearly instantaneous solution to many, if not all your investing requirements, away from public spaces.
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10/08 South Africa's SA Corporate
Real Estate put an estimate of 558.243 million rand
($37.7 million) on Tuesday on the total cost of damage to its
properties and loss of income after recent looting and
vandalism.. . .
06/08 Shares in AngloGold Ashanti
slumped more than 10% on Friday after it trimmed its
2021 production estimate and posted a 10% drop in headline
first-half earnings due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
and. . .
07h15 Asian emerging market currencies and
stocks were broadly lower on Tuesday amid concerns about China's
economic outlook, with the South Korean won and the Thai baht
leading losses as a rally in oil prices weighed on the region's
net importing nations.
The Thai baht weakened 0.3% ahead of the cou
07h09 Indonesia's parliamentary
budget committee on Tuesday approved President Joko Widodo's
2022 budget with a total spending of 2,714.2 trillion rupiah
($190.40 billion) and 4.85% of GDP deficit, committee chair Said
05h54 Gold prices edged higher on Tuesday,
buoyed by concerns over the possible fallout from debt-laden
developer China Evergrande's crisis, though a firm dollar and
gains in U.S. Treasury yields kept the safe-haven metal in. . .
05h04 Oil markets rose on Tuesday,
reversing earlier losses and extending their rally into a sixth
session, amid continued concerns over tight supply at a time
when demand is picking up with the easing of. . .
06h57 Boeing Co and
Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Co Ltd (GAMECO) will
establish two 767 freighter-conversion lines next year, company
executives said on Tuesday, citing high air cargo demand.. . .
06h37 As a severe power crunch roils
China's northeastern industrial heartland, senior officials face
mounting pressure from alarmed citizens to ramp up coal imports
thick and fast in order to keep lights on, factories open. . .
05h38 Two-year Treasury yields
surged on Tuesday to 18-month highs as investors priced in the
prospect of rising cash rates and the risk of persistent
inflation, forcing the U.S. government to pay more to sell. . .
06h55 Chinese shares rose on
Tuesday, led by real estate stocks, after the central bank
pledged to protect consumers exposed to the housing market,
while Hong Kong gained as property and tech shares rebound.. . .
06h41 Profits at China's industrial
firms grew at a weaker pace in August from a year earlier,
slowing for a sixth consecutive month, as manufacturers
struggled with high commodity prices, COVID-19 outbreaks and
shortages of some. . .
06h24 Foreign visitors in Thailand
are expected at about 280,000 this year, down from half million
projected earlier, a private tourism group said on Tuesday, as
the country suffers a prolonged coronavirus outbreak.. . .
06h20 Japanese Finance Minister Taro
Aso called on Tuesday for a combination of monetary and fiscal
policies to help boost inflation towards the Bank of Japan's 2%
inflation target, saying easy money policy has its. . .
27/09 As heavy rains persisted across
Ivory Coast's cocoa-growing regions last week, farmers polled by
Reuters were divided on whether moisture levels would help the
October-to-March main crop or nurture a crop-killing fungal
disease.. . .
27/09 Ghana’s central bank on Monday
kept its main interest rate unchanged at 13.5% with concerns
over rising inflation balanced out by optimistic Covid-19
recovery forecasts, Governor Ernest Addison said in a statement.. . .
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