The G20 summit in Osaka, Japan has just finished.
Who would have thought this two-day conference could have such an impact on our stocks, economy and even our currency.
And even the bullish sentiment towards the world markets and the US dollar, has left South Africa in a troubled state for the rand for rest of 2019.
Today I'm going to discuss two reasons why I expect the rand to we... ››› more
Earlier today, the G20 summit kicked off in St Petersburg. And the leaders of the BRICS have committed to pool $100 billion in funds to help protect the countries against currency shocks. Let's take a closer look at what this means…
As the G20 summit began in Russia, the BRICS countries got down to discussing the factors facing them. The BRICS countries are Brazil, Russia, India, China and Sou... ››› more
There's been a lot of publicity surrounding the tax affairs of certain multinationals, like Google and Starbucks. These firms manage to pay a minimal amount of tax despite raking in billions in profits. The G20 have backed plans released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to stop companies moving profits about to stop paying tax. Read on to find out more about thi... ››› more
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