Ruan v Ross: Which brain decides

  Cape Town – If the Currie Cup has become more and more of a vehicle these days for often raw players to sharpen their teeth for Super Rugby, perhaps somebody forgot to tell the scrumhalves opposing each other in Saturday’s showpiece in ...
  • September 6, 2019

Nissan weighs pulling out of South Korea

  Nissan is discussing pulling out of South Korea, as the Japanese carmaker’s sales rank among the hardest hit by an escalating diplomatic and trade row between Tokyo and Seoul, according to multiple people familiar with the company’s thinking. The p...
  • September 6, 2019

Investors shun UK funds and seek safety in bonds

  UK equity funds remain deeply out of favour with investors, who pulled £1.2bn out of the asset class in July, spooked by the rising prospect of a no-deal Brexit, the change in government and weak sterling. The sell-off was the biggest since May 201...
  • September 6, 2019

Is it time to seek value in unfashionable investments?

  Look at a chart of the performance of US equities relative to those of the rest of the world and you will instantly feel that something has to change. Until 2009, global markets moved more or less in lockstep. Then the US started to pull away. Over...
  • September 6, 2019

US and China agree to restart trade talks next month

  The US and China have agreed to resume face-to-face negotiations in a bid to ease tensions in their rapidly escalating trade war, according to statements from both Washington and Beijing on Wednesday night.  The decision to press ahead with a new r...
  • September 6, 2019

BYU upset with penalties in Emery ruling by NCAA

  BYU officials criticized an NCAA infractions appeals committee’s ruling that upheld the vacating of two seasons of the Cougars’ men’s basketball records as punishment for a pay-for-play scheme involving former guard Nick Emery. In...
  • September 6, 2019
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