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Get your insight on the African markets below. Enjoy!
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I have always been extremely independent and growing up I could not wait to be able to move out and be on my own. From as far back as I can remember I planned how my flat would be decorated, the food I would eat, the area I would like
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In the first part of “I Got Bills” we explored millennials and their entry into the job market. I explored some well known facts about this generation and the challenges they may face in terms of financial literacy. After analysing the results of our questionnaire, it has become apparent that
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StatsSA just released the Q1 unemployment figures for 2016. The quoted, official, unemployment rate is 26.7%, up from 26.4% for the same quarter in 2015. There are so many factors that this number doesn’t account for that I will look at in this article. The first important consideration is the
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Britain finally voted itself out of the EU last week, a move that preceded a rout in the stock markets worldwide, where investors lost U$2 trillion in a day. But the stock markets are looking to get back to the positive territories. Frontier and less developed markets in Africa remain
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What is a Black Swan event? Investopedia.com defines a Black Swan as “an event or occurrence that deviates beyond what is normally expected of a situation and that would be extremely difficult to predict”. The term was popularized by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, a finance professor, writer and former Wall Street
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The largest oil and gas company in the world, the Saudi Arabian oil company also known as Saudi Aramco, plans to go public in what will result in the largest IPO in history. The colossal scale of the IPO will result from Saudi Aramco listing just under 5 percent of