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Updated: 2 hours 41 min ago
Brexit without access to European Union markets could exacerbate the UK’s near-record current-account deficit, according to Fitch Ratings.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown is set to meet with Futuregrowth Asset Management over its decision to withdraw funding to Eskom and Transnet.
The South African economy has staved off a technical recession as Statistics SA announced 3.3% quarter-on-quarter growth in the second quarter of 2016.
China is lauding its successful hosting of the G20 summit, with broad consensus reached over the fragile state of the global economy and the need for a wide range of policies to fix it.
A surge in eurozone exports has driven economic growth as domestic spending slowed, according to data published by the European Union’s statistics office.
South Africa’s economy probably rebounded, growing at the fastest pace since 2014 in the three months through June, according to a Bloomberg survey.