Next week, Eskom will be paid the remaining balance from the bailout. Eskom CE Brian Molefe expressed frustration to learn that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced that the funds will be withheld. Treasury informed that the fund will be transferred and is already being processed.
PBOC governor Zhou Xiaochuan is confident to say that China's economy is healthy along with the assurance that yuan will not be devalued again and that the country has enough monetary tools to support the economy.
Africa's largest trading block is attracting attention of global investors and businessmen. The recent 'Africa 2016' investment forum held in Egypt had participation of over 1,500 businessmen and government representatives. Foreign investors have called for more reforms and policy changes among African nations.
The new budget for South Africa may witness a major focus on government spending, sluggish global economy and inflation. The debt component is also increasing to about 50 percent of GDP. Global rating agencies have downgraded South Africa's sovereign credit rating.
China has unveiled a series of new initiatives to push its economy growth rate. The government is keen on meeting the increasing demand in small and medium-sized homes. Another set of new rules for accelerating reforms at state-owned enterprises will be announced soon.
The association of British manufacturers warned that Brexit will bring the country to uncertainty and risk. Meanwhile, poundsterling continue to be under pressure as the debate over U.K. to exit EU continues.
Global stocks hike starting Monday. Investors are anticipating the G20 meeting which to be held in Shanghai on Friday.
Industrial overcapacity in China may have adverse impact on the domestic market and global economy. A number of new units came up owing to easily available loans and government subsidies in the world's second largest economy. A latest report calls for more radical measures including greater privatization to streamline the Chinese domestic industry.
Hong Kong Financial Secretary John Tsang to deliver annual fiscal budget. Hong Kong is predicted to announce surplus while still holding on to conventional approach.
Van Diemen's Land Company has been acquired by the Chinese business man Lu Xianfeng and his company Moon Lake. The country's approval of the dairy farm's sale to a foreign firm was made possible with certain conditions that the Moon Lake needs to comply with, especially with the taxation policies.
British currency suffered the biggest drop in one day, triggered by speculation Britain to leave. While Prime Minister Cameron stressed the importance of United Kingdom to stay in the EU.
Latin America experienced a phenomenal growth in the last decade. However, according to World Bank, the economic growth has not reached some people.Meanwhile the region's economy is slowing down in the last three years.
On Saturday, London Mayor, Boris Johnson sent an email to Prime Minister David Cameron, announcing his support for United Kingdom to withdraw from European Union.
Apple and FBI want to resolve their feud over the decryption of the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter but the giant tech company turned FBI's request. John McAfee, inventor of the McAfee software, offers assistance to solve the case.
Malaysian government halts its recruitment of foreign workers particulary Bangladeshi. Protests from private and public sectors arise urging the government to give clarification about the agreement. The deputy prime minister confirmed that the registration of 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers does not mean that all of them could gain entry on the Southeast Asian country and be hired.
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