The Ewing Trust Quarterly News
South Africa Inc. has experienced four years of little or no capital growth under the leadership of President Zuma and as a result of the recent global pullback, shareholders have felt this negativity persist.
The quarter ending has unfortunately seen a very negative state of affairs developing, predominantly as a result of politics.
This period has been volatile, both globally and locally, as a result of the significant geopolitical tensions prevailing predominantly under the Trump administration.
The big story of the year was the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as the leader of the ANC in the National Elective Conference in December 2017.
This quarter has seen the South African Johannesburg Stock Exchange recover despite the continued local political turbulence.
The quarter ending 31st August 2017 has seen a recovery in the South African All Share Index and this is despite the local political turbulence