What a cold and depressing winter it has been… For the JSE that is.
Since Steinhoff's debacle, we've seen some of the largest companies on the JSE crash 30% to over 89%, which I'll explain in just a minute.
And there are no signs yet for recovery until the end of 2019.
In today's article we'll cover the Ugly and the Bad for the JSE and a little bit of Good on how we can profit during... ››› more
Brait is an investment company focusing on investing in privately held companies in different industries. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Brait SA
Short name: Brait
Sector: Financial services – financial services
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Brait is an investment company. It primarily invests primarily in privately ow... ››› more
It's emerged that a number of directors of Steinhoff International bought a substantial amount of shares in the company in September.
The directors who purchased shares didn't disclose that a deal was imminent with Pepkor.
Last Tuesday, shares in Steinhoff soared on the back of the Pepkor takeover deal.
Let's take a closer look…
Steinhoff didn’t notify shareholders about an impe... ››› more
Yesterday, stocks on South Africa's bourse closed in the red. The main contributor to the fall was a poor performance by mining stocks.
One stock that performed well was Steinhoff. It rallied strongly after announcing a deal to take over Pepkor.
Let's take a closer look at what went on…
Steinhoff closed 4.5% higher
The JSE ended in negative territory under the weight of some minin... ››› more
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