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WEEKEND READ: Remove emotions, and things look less promising for SA
Reserve Bank cannot depress rates to lower capital costs
Faulty assumptions, if unchecked, lead to ruin
The stock market is not the economy
Uptick in risk appetite despite the numbers
With the right policies, at least pain will not be self-inflicted
It’s too soon to lower repo rate until the effects of earlier cuts are felt
Some new paths to turn
Sitting tight is preferable to ditching equities for cash and bonds
Treasury and private sector must pull out all stops to prop up economy
Reserve Bank should help soften coronavirus blow to economy
Active inertia: the art of change by doing it the old way​


Markets Daily: The covid-19 second wave - the UK in perspective
Markets Daily: Servile parliamentary budget office has failed SA
Markets Daily: International evidence of why we should pursue economic reforms
Markets Daily: The last SARB MPC forecasts overlooked the need for judgement
Markets Daily: What other countries can teach us about opening the economy
Markets Daily: SARB keeps repo rate unchanged at 3.5%

Markets Daily: SARB keeps repo rate unchanged at 3.5%

Published on   September 18th, 2020
Markets Daily: Where has the 3% rate cuts and capital adequacy accommodation gone?
Markets Daily: Assessing SA’s capital flows performance since Covid-19 pandemic
Markets Daily: SARB likely to cut rates by 25bp driven by low growth and muted inflation expectations
Markets Daily: Beyond GDP, SA is not doing well

Markets Daily: Beyond GDP, SA is not doing well

Published on   September 11th, 2020
Markets Daily: The hard lockdown not the sole reason for the deep contraction in SA GDP
Markets Daily: SA GDP plunge send the economy to 2007 levels