The Quarter Ending 31 May 2022

The Quarter Ending 31 May 2022

The JSE All Share ended this quarter lower than the previous quarter, in line with a global selloff in most equity markets. A spike in global inflation has caused a rising interest rate environment with continued high inflation, which is now a focus of most central...
Quarter Ending 28 February 2022

Quarter Ending 28 February 2022

The financial year ending in February saw an increase in volatility and a return to risk-off investment strategies in global and local markets. Investors have, and continue to, face a deterring outlook for equities, incredibly low interest rates, the end of...
Quarter Ending 30 November 2021

Quarter Ending 30 November 2021

It has been a quarter in which Covid has once again dominated the news feeds.  The discovery of the new Omicron variant as a result of some excellent scientific work done by South African scientists, who alerted the world to this new and more infectious variant, saw...
Quarter Ending 31 August 2021

Quarter Ending 31 August 2021

I write this Newsletter from South Africa, when traditionally I would be in the United Kingdom sitting on the trading floor with the stock brokers at Charles Stanley. Due to Covid related issues such as travel restrictions and quarantine, as well as the fact that most...
The Quarter Ending 31 May 2022

Quarter Ending 31 May 2021

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) continued to improve further on the impressive previous quarter ending positively on 67554. This is largely as a result of the continued strength in the commodities prices which filtered through to the resource sector. The...
Quarter Ending 28 February 2022

Quarter Ending 28 February 2021

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) ended the quarter on an all-time high of 66138 following a significant recovery in most sectors of our stock exchange. Resources are particularly strong with mines experiencing a resurgence in demand as global growth and...

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