It's important to not panic when it comes to making investment decisions. You need to weigh up your options and plan accordingly. Nenegate caused a stampede for the exit that saw many investors concerned as they watched the Rand recover.
There are a few products that you can invest offshore through that will provide you with capital protection in hard currency. This would be appropriate for in... ››› more
“Triple Witching” refers to the combined expiration of the Index futures, Index options and stock options. In the UK and US this happens on Friday's, but in SA it happens a day earlier on Thursday. The event typically creates increased market activity and in some cases volatility.
Global markets were relatively subdued for last week's expiry, the US, UK and European majors were firmer by b... ››› more
Imperial Holdings is a diversified industrial services and retail company with roots dating back to 1948 in Johannesburg. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Imperial Holdings Limited
Short name: Imperial
Sector: Industrial goods & services – industrial transportation
Five top facts about Imperial Holdings
Through its op... ››› more
Earlier today, Imperial Holdings Ltd announced that its chief executive officer, Hubert Brody, is to step down. Shares in Imperial responded negatively to the news. Let's take a closer look at why Mr Brody is giving up his post at Imperial…
After six years at the helm of Imperial, its CEO Hubert Brody is to step down from his post, reports Bloomberg. The company says he will vacate his positio... ››› more
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