| European stock markets steady at open (Jul 19, 2018 07:29)
Europe's main stock markets have steadied at the start of trading, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index down 0.2% at 7 665.14 points. | Oil trades below $69 as investors weigh mixed inventories report (Jul 19, 2018 07:24)
Oil has traded below $69 a barrel as investors tried to gauge demand growth in the world’s biggest economy following conflicting data on US stockpiles. | Hong Kong shares flat at break (Jul 19, 2018 05:43)
Hong Kong stocks ended morning session flat, as the US Federal Reserve chief's upbeat assessment of the economy failed to ease fears of a global trade war. | Tokyo stocks open higher after US gains (Jul 19, 2018 05:38)
Tokyo stocks opened higher, extending a winning streak as risk appetite grows on investor confidence in the US economy. | Asia stocks mostly gain despite trade war fears (Jul 19, 2018 05:30)
Asian markets largely advanced, with investor confidence rising as the US Federal Reserve chief offered an upbeat assessment of the economy despite concerns about a global trade war. | Transport dept off the hook for R33m eNaTIS payment (Jul 18, 2018 19:45)
The Transport Department has emerged victorious in a court battle over the eNaTIS system, saving it R33m. | MTN said to mull West African unit sale in markets cull (Jul 18, 2018 17:15)
MTN’s sale of its Cyprus unit is just the start of a broader exit from small or problematic markets, with the Liberian unit leading a number of West African divisions being considered for disposal. | JSE closes firmer after flat trading session (Jul 18, 2018 16:45)
The JSE closed firmer on Wednesday after a relatively muted trading session. | Gold producers table wage offers, lament dire conditions (Jul 18, 2018 16:37)
Gold producing companies in wage bargaining talks with unions tabled pay increase offers ranging from 3% for skilled workers and 5.5% for underground employees. | Financials and retailers break the JSE’s losing streak (Jul 18, 2018 15:35)
The JSE broke a five-session losing streak to close firmer on Tuesday as financials and retailers lifted the local bourse. | Vitality-linked insurance product launched in Japan (Jul 18, 2018 14:48)
Vitality Group has announced the introduction of the first Vitality-linked insurance offering in Japan, in partnership with Sumitomo Life. | Musk apologises to UK diver he labelled as paedophile (Jul 18, 2018 12:25)
The Tesla CEO has apologised to British diver Vern Unsworth for labelling him a paedophile earlier this week in a now-deleted Twitter post. | EU set to fine Google billions over Android - sources (Jul 18, 2018 11:56)
The EU is set to fine US internet giant Google several billion euros this week for freezing out rivals of its Android mobile phone system, sources said, in a ruling that risks fresh tensions with Washington. | Stock markets rise on US confidence boost (Jul 18, 2018 11:55)
Stock markets have largely risen, tracking an overnight Wall Street rally after the Federal Reserve chief expressed confidence in the US economy despite global trade war fears. | National Treasury laments poor action over tender deviations (Jul 18, 2018 11:52)
National Treasury has raised the alarm over officials who abuse the public procurement system through deviations from tender processes, saying the practice is rife and there is little accountability.

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