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It is common knowledge that agriculture by default, as a socio-economic human endeavour, exploits resources as inputs in order to produce food and fibre as outputs.
The Foschini Group (TFG) fell 1.17 percent on the JSE on Wednesday to close at R76.30 despite the listed homeware and fashion retailer getting the green light to purchase Edcon’s discount department store division, Jet Stores.
After gaining over 20 percent this year, gold is on track for its worst week in over a month, as the dollar continues to claw back some of its recently lost ground according to Bianca Botes, Executive Director at Peregrine Treasury Solutions.
Cartrack Holdings added nearly a billion to its market cap on Wednesday after the vehicle tracking company released a favourable trading update for the six months to end August, with half-year earnings expected to rise as much as 22 percent.
Vukile Property Fund said on Wednesday it had now declared a final dividend in line with the latest JSE regulation requirements in spite of the torrid Covid-19 impact on the economy.
Edgars account holders who have insurance cover stand to lose their benefit if they fail to switch to monthly debit orders by the end of the month.
For much of the past decade, we have become a country accustomed to bouts of panic over some of our deteriorating economic fundamentals.
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