01h00 China Petroleum and Chemical
Corp, or Sinopec Corp , reported a 24.7
percent drop in earnings in the first half of 2019 on Sunday,
dampened by rapid growth of domestic refining capacity and
waning demand. . .
01h00 Australia’s biggest banks are expected to
cut dividend payments and tap bond markets for more funding to
cope with tougher capital requirements as regulators look to
safeguard the sector from future market volatility, according. . .
01h00 China's exports of rare earth
magnets to the United States rebounded in July from the previous
month, customs data showed on Sunday, as concerns linger that
Beijing could restrict supply of rare earth products. . .
00h21 U.S. stock index futures dropped when
electronic trading resumed on Sunday, with trade relations
between the United States and China appearing to reach a new low
on Friday, sending Wall Street into a selling. . .
01h00 China's July soybean imports
from the United States jumped threefold from the previous year,
customs data showed on Sunday, as cargoes booked by Chinese
state firms during a trade truce arrived.. . .
13/09 Revenue for the year increased by 3% to R42.596 billion (2017: R41.213 billion), gross profit rose 9% to R21.605 billion (2017: R19.896 billion), operating profit climbed 11% to R9.237 billion (2017:. . .
23/08 A proposed switch to universal health coverage in South Africa will be managed in a fiscally responsible way, a senior presidential aide told Reuters, forecasting the landmark reform would cost the. . .
25/08 Prime Minister Boris
Johnson said on Sunday that if Britain leaves the European Union
without a deal, it will no longer legally owe the 39 billion
pound ($47.88 billion) divorce bill agreed by his. . .
23/08 Naspers N Shareholders and A Shareholders (Shareholders) are referred to:
(i) the announcement made by the Company on 25 March 2019 in relation to the Company's intention to form a new global. . .
23/08 Wall Street tumbled on Friday
after the U.S.-China trade war escalated in dramatic fashion,
with President Donald Trump demanding that American companies
seek alternatives to doing business with China after Beijing
announced its own slate. . .
23/08 President Donald
Trump on Friday pressured U.S. companies to leave China after
Beijing unveiled retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion in U.S.
goods, stoking fears their escalating trade war will tip the
global economy into recession.. . .
23/08 The 105th annual general meeting (AGM) of Naspers was held in the Cape Town International Convention Centre 2 (CTICC2), Corner of Heerengracht and Rua Bartholomeu Dias, Foreshore, Cape Town, South Africa.. . .
23/08 U.S. energy firms this week cut the most
oil rigs in about four months, with the rig count falling to the
lowest since January 2018, as producers cut spending on new
drilling and completions.. . .
13/08 Scandal-hit Steinhoff's
only hope for survival is to sell off assets to become
a retail-focused holding company, it said on Tuesday, as it
fights to recover from a $7 billion accounting fraud and share
price. . .
01/08 U.S. President Donald Trump sent
financial markets reeling on Thursday when he announced
additional tariffs on Chinese products, as traders worried not
only about the escalation of the trade war but also the effect
on. . .
12/08 South Africa's rand
weakened on Monday, stretching losses to a new 11-month low as
political uncertainty and a bleak economic outlook was worsened
by uncertainty over the chances of a resolution to the trade
standoff. . .
16/08 South Africa-based
chemicals and energy company Sasol Ltd said on Friday
it would delay the release of its 2019 financial results due to
possible "control weaknesses" at its U.S. ethane cracker
project.. . .
01/08 South Africa's Woolworths Holdings expects annual earnings to decline and has written down the value of its David Jones business, which is struggling to contend with subdued consumer spending in a. . .
14/08 South African stocks
slipped to a near six-month low on Wednesday after the U.S.
Treasury bond yield curve inverted for the first time since
2007, reflecting concerns over the outlook for the world's
biggest economy.. . .
06/08 South Africa's state power utility Eskom urgently needs a turnaround plan as its capital structure is unsustainable, credit ratings agency Moody's said on Tuesday in a report which sent the rand. . .
06/08 Net interest income for the interim period increased by 9.9% to R13.4 billion (2018: R12.7 billion), operating income rose 2.7% to R21.4 billion (2018: R20.8 billion), while profit attributable to ordinary. . .
23/08 A proposed move to universal
health coverage in South Africa will be rolled out in stages as
the budget improves, a senior presidential aide told Reuters,
forecasting the landmark reform would cost $2.2 billion. . .
13/08 British American Tobacco's (BAT) proposed takeover of e-cigarette maker Twisp won approval from South Africa's Competition Tribunal on Tuesday after the UK-based group agreed to a series of conditions.. . .
14/08 South African private
education firm Curro Holdings will invest 223 million
rand ($14.66 million) in opening four new campuses, it said on
Wednesday, after reporting a 44% rise in half-year headline
earnings.. . .
02/08 South African sugar producer
Tongaat Hulett will delist its shares from the London
Stock Exchange to cut costs and streamline its shareholding
structure amid low trading volumes in the London-listed stock,
the company said on. . .
05/08 Total revenue for the interim period shot up to GBP5.5 billion (GBP772 million) whilst loss attributable to equity holders came in at GBP17 million (GBP342 million). In addition, headline loss per. . .
29/07 South African President
Cyril Ramaphosa is the "last hope" for Africa's most advanced
economy, but his government must turn incentive policies into
laws to secure more Chinese investment, a senior Chinese
diplomat told Reuters.. . .
30/07 Shares in Shoprite
Holdings surged 15% on Tuesday after Africa's largest
supermarket chain forecast an improved second half on solid
sales in its South African home market though it warned annual
earnings were set to. . .
07/08 South Africa Reserve Bank
Governor Lesetja Kganyago said on Wednesday he will fight to
protect the central bank's independence if it is jeopardised by
plans to bring it into public ownership.. . .
19/08 South Africa's rand weakened on Monday as
traders and investors continued to weigh heightened global
growth risks against local uncertainty, while equities rose in
line with global stock markets.. . .
20/08 South Africa's High Court ordered state arms maker Denel to hand over millions in employees' tax payments to the government, union officials said - a case that has refocused attention on. . .
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