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Kalilah Reynolds Media
Taking Stock LIVE - Jamaican Company Buys Contact Lens Manufacturer

Kalilah Reynolds Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 83:07


Did you know there's only one black-owned and woman-led contact lens manufacturer in the world? Black Pearl Global Investments in a recent deal acquired Florida-based contact lens manufacturer, Hydrogel Vision Corp, making them the only registered company here in Jamaica to bring investment, medical, technology, and health expertise to the table. CEO of Black Pearl Global Investments, Dr. Shante Williams will join us. And THE ANALYSTS weigh in on the latest market developments…We'll examine the JSE's Year-to-date performance of the Combined Index and possible reasons as to why the market's performance isn't reflecting the positive financial results. One of Jamaica's 15 licensed brokerage firms is breaching JSE rules! What consequences does this have? And we look at the rise in US food prices. What do we need to know and how can we profit from it? We'll discuss. ****************** OUR SEGMENTS: 0:00- Intro 2:10 - What's Hot in Business 9:29 - Discussion 33:39 - Market Recap 40:04 - The Analysts ******************* SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: kalilahreynolds.com/newsletter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kalilahrey/support

JSEDirect with Simon Brown
Rampant dollar (#513)

JSEDirect with Simon Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 18:49


Simon Shares Remgro (JSE code: REM) plans to unbundle its stake in Grindrod (JSE code: GND). There were ideas that maybe Remgro would take out Grindrod, but the unbundling is going in a different direction and Remgro unbundles shares they don't want. Remember also that after the unbundling expect weakness in the Grindrod share price for a few weeks. They've held them since 2011 and hold a 24.81% stake For every 100 Remgro you'll receive 30.70841 Grindrod shares. Last day to trade (LDT) is 11 October 2022. You'll receive them with a base cost that Remgro paid, that value is still to be determined. Barloworld (JSE code: BAW) trading update is not bad. The big news is that they plan to list Avis by year-end. Tiger Brands (JSE code: TBS) trading update was solid off a low base. The chart looks bullish as it rose +10% on Monday after the update. Chart looking decent and a potential delisting target? The UK is an absolute mess. Here the UK 5, 10 & 30 year bonds for September .(with correct carts) . Just September pic.twitter.com/hMj5yP65bC — Simon Brown (@SimonPB) September 28, 2022   Rampant Dollar The US$ Index (code: DXY) is at twenty-year highs and within a few percent taking out the highs from the early 2000s and heading back to levels last seen in the mid-1980s. The reasons are simple and two-fold; The world is scared and fear sees investors rushing to the safety of the US$. Rising rates in the US now see the US ten-year treasury bills trading around 4%, the highest level in over a decade. So investors can flee to the US$ and buy 10-year bills for a ±4% return. Importantly this is hitting every currency in the world. Has earnings implications for US companies selling products offshore as those profits are now lower due to US strength. When does the strength stop? In the short-term a pullback is likely. But as long as fears remain the strength will continue and could continue well into next year. What to do? Don't panic. Consider some JSE listed currency ETFs. Continue with your offshoring strategy. The tables have turned. Emerging markets are much more resilient against the US Dollar than the rest of the G10. Year-to-date, the Dollar has risen a stunning 15% against the G10 (black), but only 5% against emerging markets (blue). EM is the new standard bearer for stability... pic.twitter.com/ToaQvQB9DS — Robin Brooks (@RobinBrooksIIF) September 27, 2022  

Easy Does It - A podcast by EasyEquities
What the ETF with Siyabulela Nomoyi

Easy Does It - A podcast by EasyEquities

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 16:49


Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are an investment vehicle that many pros in the industry love because they contain many shares in on product. To chat about some of the hottest ETFs, we invited Satrix's Quantitative Portfolio Analyst, Siyabulela Nomoyi.We talk about the best performing ETFs for the month of August, the value of investing in offshore (international) ETFs, as well as Satrix's own moves in the space over the last year. In particular for Heritage month, we spotlight the Satrix Capped All Share Index ETF, which is a super diversified investment containing large to smaller companies within the fund, which is pretty rare in SA. Until December 2022, this ETF will cost 0% TER, and Siya breaks down exactly what this ‘TER' means.Did you know that Satrix accounts for 26 of the 90 ETFs listed on the JSE? If you want to compare all 90 ETFs against each other, make sure to check out the EasyETFs portal.Press play and share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @SATRIX_SA @S_Nomoyi or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).

MoneywebNOW
Remgro reports strong results as it unbundles Grindrod

MoneywebNOW

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 20:22


FNB's Thabiso Mamathuba talks Remgro's results, do holding companies still have a place on the JSE? Charles Nortje of Credit Guarantee on global and local trends in trade insurance. Sthembiso Zwane of GoGetta on crowdfunding equity investments in Africa.

MoneywebNOW
Outsurance has great growth potential in Australia

MoneywebNOW

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:11


Kruger International's Mia Kruger talks Friday's selloff that saw the JSE at new lows for the year. OUTsurance CEO Marthinus Visser on the insurer's listing process and growth prospects in Australia. Craig Gradidge from Gradidge Mahura talks Old Mutual's Bula Tsela BEE scheme details and value.

HOT BUSINESS
JSE – AMETFs

HOT BUSINESS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 13:13


Adele Hattingh – Manager: Exchange Traded Products at JSE

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles
South Africans urged to turn exploration into Big Hairy Audacious Goal

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 4:15


South Africans have been urged to rally around exploration as this country's Big Hairy Audacious Goal – a BHAG – so that what is described as "our lowest hanging economic fruit" can be turned to positive account. Council for Geoscience CEO Mosa Mabuza, who was speaking in support of the junior mining sector during a webinar presented by Minerals Council South Africa's Junior and Emerging Miners Desk, said: “We've been given a very important task. In fact, Parliament has set a BHAG for us.” (Also watch attached Creamer Media video.) Chaired by Minerals Council South Africa's Junior and Emerging Miners Desk head Grant Mitchell, the webinar's panellists and speakers included Orion Minerals and junior desk chairperson Errol Smart, Industrial Development Corporation mining industry champion Kevin Hodges, South African Diamond Producers Organisation (Sadpo) CEO Yamkela Makupula, Trimble Natural Resources MD Bill Feast, Lethabo Exploration CEO Mandy Malebe, ChromTech CEO Jono Gay, and JSE origination and deals head Sam Mokorosi. Pronounced ‘bee hag', Mabuza recalled how the BHAG banner had in years gone by been waved with vigour by former De Beers Group MD Gary Ralfe, on his way to successfully implementing some of the most far-reaching advances of the then South Africa-centred global diamond business. Another massive national BHAG rally is required once again, he emphasised, to attract “in the short term” a minimum of 5% of global exploration expenditure a year. Urgently needed, he harangued, was for "all stakeholders to have their hands on deck, so that we can, as a nation, work towards obtaining the desirable outcomes", for what he regards as South Africa's lowest hanging economic fruit. “We have a very rich mining history,” referring to the number of multinational mining corporations that have been founded and built in South Africa before becoming “truly global”. “They started here, and it's possible to have them again,” Mabuza enthused during the webinar covered by Mining Weekly. But what had to be recognised was that South Africa, after delineating and understanding some of the mineralising systems, relaxed its exploration effort. This had been made apparent by a revisit to some of the old boreholes of, for example, the historic Witwatersrand basin, which had been exceedingly revealing. “We've found some incredible information there that may potentially expand the extent of the Wits basin,” Mabuza revealed. RENEWBLE ENERGY AND CRITICAL MINERALS Regarding the huge minerals potential of the Northern Cape, South Africa had “barely scratched the surface”, and had paid scant attention to renewable energy being material intensive. Regarding critical minerals that the world requires for renewable energy generation, he said: “We should have started yesterday to organise ourselves as a country to begin the search for these minerals”. Owing to exploration being an ecosystem, building blocks needed to be put in place to unleash “this wonderful opportunity”. “I'm delighted that we're having this discussion now, so that we can strengthen and enrich our thinking in respect of re-imagining and recatalysing exploration activities”, which he described as South Africa's lowest hanging economic fruit. The Junior and Emerging Miners Desk programme of Minerals Council South Africa represents 38 junior and midtier producers as well as exploration/development companies. In addition, the desk works closely with mining associations, particularly Sadpo and the Clay Brick Association. Junior mining and exploration have been identified as key components in developing and driving the overall mining sector. The release of the exploration strategy and implementation plan by the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy in April spoke to the need for exploration to be increased to 5% of all global exploration dollars within the next five-year period. The Toronto Stock Exchange has 1 600 small-cap mining companies and the Sydney Stock Exchange 600 compared...

Limitless
Learning , Growing & Investing : Part 1

Limitless

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 54:37


This week our hosts Matthew Preston & Thaon Simms sat down with Mr. Jermaine McDonald from Learn Grow Invest.  They touch on a lot of topics like entrepreneurship, learning from losses, and many more. Look out for Part 2 soon.Investing for beginners LGI youtube videoInvestor's PodcastLearn Grow Invest WebsiteLGI Telegram groupFollow us on TwitterFollow us on InstagramWe are not licensed financial advisors and nothing we say should be taken as financial advice. Please speak to a licensed financial advisor before making an investment decisionSupport the show

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles
New fund-raising product appropriate for junior miners, says JSE

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 4:00


The JSE has a new product that is appropriate for fund-raising by junior mining companies, JSE origination and deals head Sam Mokorosi said on Friday. Mokorosi, who was speaking at Minerals Council South Africa's Junior and Emerging Miners Desk webinar, highlighted the new product against the background of the JSE wanting to reverse the low number of junior mining listings on the exchange, about which it was very concerned. He highlighted the new product in response to an observation of Council for Geosciences CEO Mosa Mabuza that although South African mining's future was junior, the country had not made it easy for juniors to list on the stock exchange. “It would be incredible if we can begin to see IPOs in our very own JSE that will be led by junior miners, which would also be based on the quality of the asset that we would be able to delineate in the next weeks, months and years,” said Mabuza. With capital formation in the unlisted, private market growing tremendously since the global financial crisis of 2008, many exchanges around the world, including Nasdaq private markets, have moved into helping unlisted companies to raise capital. “We have a focus on the SMME ecosystem and how we as the JSE can assist with capital formation within that world,” said Mokorosi. The new JSE private placements platform currently has 15 companies raising R3-billion worth of capital on it. “We also have investors on the platform, including large institutions like Sanlam, Old Mutual and Momentum, as well as private equity funds, venture capital, BEE investment companies and high net worth investors. “We've created this ecosystem that says please come on to JSE private placement for your fund raise if the listing route is not appropriate for you at this stage,” Mokorosi told the webinar covered by Mining Weekly. The process has been designed to be as simple as possible and enable the fund-raise process take place as quickly as possible. “You as a junior miner would come to us, we would understand what you're looking to raise money for, do all the FICA checks and then put the fund raise on to our platform. “We do have a set-up fee that is somewhere between R20 000 and R100 000, depending on how much you are raising. Within paying that set-up fee, the deal goes live and within two weeks we'll put you in front of quantified investors that understand your deal,” Mokorosi added. This unlocks an opportunity for the JSE to enter the private equity and debt market in South Africa and across the continent. The Junior and Emerging Miners Desk programme in the Minerals Council represents 38 junior and midtier producers as well as exploration/development companies. In addition, the desk works closely with mining associations, particularly the South African Diamond Producers Organisation (Sadpo) and the Clay Brick Association. Junior mining and exploration have been identified as key components in developing and driving the overall mining sector. The release of the exploration strategy and implementation plan by the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy in April spoke to the need for exploration to be increased to 5% of all global exploration dollars within the next five-year period. Chaired by Junior and Emerging Miners Desk head Grant Mitchell, webinar panellists and speakers included Orion Minerals and junior desk chairperson Errol Smart, Industrial Development Corporation mining industry champion Kevin Hodges, Sadpo CEO Yamkela Makupula, Trimble natural resource MD Bill Feast, Lethabo Exploration CEO Mandy Malebe, and ChromTech CEO Jono Gay. The Toronto Stock Exchange has 1 600 small-cap mining companies and the Sydney Stock Exchange 600 compared with the JSE's miniscule sub-ten.

Kalilah Reynolds Media
JSE Explains Short Selling!

Kalilah Reynolds Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 27:42


Hey everyone! Surprise, we have another bonus video for you this week! And this one is about something we've been waiting for, short-selling! But before the Jamaica Stock Exchange launches short-selling to the Jamaican market, they will be having a workshop to break down the ins and outs. Here to tell us more is Group Business Development Manager at the JSE, Andrae Gooden, and Vice President of Investments at NCB Capital Markets, Stacy-Ann Tait. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kalilahrey/support

MoneywebNOW
Fed sees another 1.25% rate increase this year

MoneywebNOW

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 19:22


Lonwabo Maqubela of Perpetua Investment Managers talks WBHO as it quits Australia. Are there any investable construction stocks left on the JSE? Tertia Jacobs Treasury Economist at Investec on the Fed's interest rate decision and the upcoming Sarb decision. Why the Sarb has to keep an eye on what the US central bank is doing. Investec's Brian McMillan on their new structured product focusing on dividends for reduced volatility.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You
A One on One with the JSE's 100th Listed Company

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 30:15


It's The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast, and I am your host, Heneka Watkis-Porter. One on One Educational Services is the Caribbean's most prominent education technology (edtech) company. Its award-winning Learning Management System (LMS) delivers personalized online, on-demand, and leading-edge learning solutions. The invitation for a subscription of 380,000,000 ordinary shares in One on One Educational Services Limited opened and closed on the same day, August 12, 2022. The company brought in $3B for its IPO. One on One's listing makes it the 100th active company to be listed on the JSE in its 53-year history. It will also become the 46th company on the Junior Market, the fifth listing on the said market in 2022. To share more on this is the President & CEO of the company, Ricardo Allen. Some of what we looked at were: The basis of allotment, was it equitable? How does it feel to be the 100th active listing on the JSE And lots more. Connect with One on One: Email: pr@oneononelms.com Thanks for listening to The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, a podcast of the Jamaica Stock Exchange with your host, Heneka Watkis-Porter! Send us your feedback at podcast@jamstockex.com or on social media @jamstockex. In the meantime, follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app. The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You is produced by Heneka Watkis-Porter of The Entrepreneurial You podcast and now TV show. You can find out more at henekawatkisporter.com to hear leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from guests like Zachary Harding, Les Brown, Dr Marlene Street-Forrest, Richard Branson, Dr Marcia Forbes, Seth Godin and more. I am also on social media at Heneka Watkis-Porter. That's all for now, see you next week! Remember, as Warren Buffet says, "Rule number one: Don't lose money. Rule number two: Don't forget rule number one.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jamstockexpodcast/message

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles
Minerals Council urges faster inclusion of private electricity suppliers

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 4:05


The Minerals Council South Africa supports President Cyril Ramaphosa's electricity recovery plan and urges more rapid private sector participation in resolving the country's deepening electricity crisis. Minerals Council members have 6 500 MW of embedded energy projects in the pipeline which will ease demand pressures on Eskom, giving it the space to conduct much-needed maintenance programmes. The 89 projects by 29 mining companies are worth more than R100-billion. The mining industry's projects are part of the more than 8 000 MW of energy projects the private sector has planned, taking advantage of the removal of the 100 MW cap on licence-free embedded energy projects by President Ramaphosa in July. The plans outlined to stabilise South Africa's electricity supplies included, as a primary focus, the stabilisation and normalisation of Eskom, which declared Stage 6 load-shedding on Sunday after multiple plant failures. “It's critical we get stabilisation in the existing network while we in the private sector do what is necessary to get investment into the next stage of South Africa's energy chapter by developing alternative additional sources of electricity in the form of renewable energy,” Minerals Council CEO Roger Baxter stated in a release to Mining Weekly. “We know load-shedding will be a risk for the next two years, but we must continue to bring supplemental supply from the private sector on stream as quickly as possible,” Baxter added. There has been progress around the time it takes to register private renewable energy projects and access Eskom's grid, and in relaxing environmental permitting, but there are still unnecessary bottlenecks that are delaying investments. The Minerals Council and fellow business groups and energy users have raised these with the Presidency and relevant Ministers. Eskom CEO André de Ruyter has said the utility needs up to 6 000 MW of additional electricity supply so its teams can conduct effective maintenance programmes on its fleet of aged power plants. The energy projects in the mining industry are largely for self-use as the sector strives to be a net-zero carbon emitter in line with commitments by its global peers by 2050. The industry has noted Eskom is willing to buy third-party generated electricity as outlined in the President's energy recovery plans, but at the moment mines are focused on supplying their own needs to take pressure off the national grid. As reported by Mining Weekly, Eskom aims to approach the market imminently with an offer to buy up to 1 000 MW of surplus electricity that it believes could be immediately available from existing independent power producers and large companies with their own generation capacity Mining companies that have opted to self-generate have found the business case to be exceedingly strong. Gold Fields' South Deep gold mine west of Johannesburg in Gauteng will be generating its own solar power at a mere 8.5% of the cost of power from the national grid. The JSE- and New York-listed company is also optimistic that it will be successful in augmenting the solar power generated with wind power. Gold mining company Pan African Resources, which began with 10 MW, is now targeting another 30 MW. From its pioneering 10 MW endeavour it saved R4-million in its first month of generation. Moreover, the energy transition under way globally presents a fresh opportunity for South Africa to build a clean and inclusive energy ecosystem that can create new and significant economic opportunities for the African continent. This continent, with its vast natural reserves of abundant sun and wind, provides an unmissable opportunity to both decarbonise and create significant new economic sectors – and many in mining have been committed for a long time now to play their role in making that opportunity a reality.

Limitless
Limitless Earnings : Part 2

Limitless

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 40:20


In this episode, our hosts Matthew Preston & Thaon Simms continue the second part of their discussion with Retail Investor advocate Randy Rowe. You can listen to Part 1 on the Earnings Season podcast.   Follow our pages on :Twitter

The Money Show
How to rid SA of its corruption stench

The Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 82:50


  Renowned professor, Philip Nichols who specialises in corruption and emerging economies explains how South Africa can rid itself off graft that is entranced throughout the whole society.    Johan van Zyl, co-CEO at African Rainbow Capital on their annual financial results - and whether their still acquiring Telkom.     Ralph Speirs, head of the investment challenge portfolio at JSE explains how you can lay good investment skills foundation for your children.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Engineering News Online Audio Articles
Ramaphosa lauds localisation, job creation success as new Hesto Harnesses facility opens

Engineering News Online Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:09


JSE-listed Metair Investments and its subsidiary, Hesto Harnesses, along with President Cyril Ramaphosa, on September 13 officially launched the new Hesto vehicle wiring harness manufacturing facility in KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal. The new 35 000 m2 Hesto facility is one of five capital investment projects which resulted in a commitment of over R1.4-billion by Metair to support the expansion and localisation of the new Ford Ranger, through automotive component contracts. In partnership with global automotive parts supplier Yazaki Corporation, Hesto employs manufacturing skills and processes to produce wiring harnesses and instrument clusters for supply to South Africa-based, automotive original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs) Toyota South Africa Motors, Isuzu, Nissan, and recently added, Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA). The new facility will produce wiring harnesses for the latest Ford Ranger and Isuzu models, which will be sold locally and abroad. This follows a R15.8-billion investment by FMCSA in its Silverton assembly plant, in Pretoria, and major supplier factories, as announced in 2021, which will enable the company to support production of the next-generation Ford Ranger. Other subsidiaries involved in these projects include Unitrade 745, Automould, Lumotech and Supreme Springs, with a variety of wires, plastic and chrome plated parts, suspension parts as well as headlights and tail lights being produced. The investment commitment by Metair is an outcome of the South Africa Investment Conference held in 2020 and directly aligns with the objectives of the South African Automotive Master Plan to 2035 (SAAM2035), with the new facility posited to increase localisation, develop skills and create employment. Speaking at the launch, Ramaphosa said this investment showcased the long-term commitment by FMCSA and Metair to South Africa and underpinned their confidence in the country's role in the global automotive value chain. Metair CEO Riaz Haffejee said the new facility took about nine months to complete, since the groundbreaking last year and that R804-million had been invested in the facility. A key benefit on the new facility that was lauded during the launch was the employment it has engendered, with 4 000 jobs created, more than doubling Hesto's staff complement. Ramaphosa lauded this achievement, especially given that it includes the youth of the country, and further, boasts a 70% female representation. He also pointed out that the localisation targets would benefit the surrounding communities. Ramaphosa said such strides in localisation were aligned to aims outlined in the SAAM2035 and called for a continued drive in this area. Hesto MD William Hilditch pointed out that Hesto was the largest employer in the area and said it was proud of its role in empowering the greater iLembe district community. “The government support to both Ford and Isuzu unlocked this opportunity for Hesto to grow its operations, both in KwaDukuza and Tshwane, and contribute significantly to employment, economic growth, skills development and transformation. “Our drive to increase localisation across our business has enhanced this impact. Our country has the resources and skills available to localise more and we believe that, through closer collaboration across the value chain, there is much more that can be achieved on this front,” Hilditch commented. Haffejee echoed these sentiments, noting that the new facility was testament to the Metair group's customer commitment and drive to support the sustainability of the automotive sector through enhanced localisation and global skills transfer. “I am extremely proud of what the team at Hesto has achieved and extend our appreciation to our partners and other stakeholders, specifically Ford and Yazaki, for making this project possible,” he outlined. Haffejee said Metair had driven several localisation projects in support of OEMs and the SAAM2035 agenda through its South Africa-based subsidi...

Engineering News Online Audio Articles
Ramaphosa lauds localisation, job creation success as new Hesto Harnesses facility opens

Engineering News Online Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:09


JSE-listed Metair Investments and its subsidiary, Hesto Harnesses, along with President Cyril Ramaphosa, on September 13 officially launched the new Hesto vehicle wiring harness manufacturing facility in KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal. The new 35 000 m2 Hesto facility is one of five capital investment projects which resulted in a commitment of over R1.4-billion by Metair to support the expansion and localisation of the new Ford Ranger, through automotive component contracts. In partnership with global automotive parts supplier Yazaki Corporation, Hesto employs manufacturing skills and processes to produce wiring harnesses and instrument clusters for supply to South Africa-based, automotive original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs) Toyota South Africa Motors, Isuzu, Nissan, and recently added, Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA). The new facility will produce wiring harnesses for the latest Ford Ranger and Isuzu models, which will be sold locally and abroad. This follows a R15.8-billion investment by FMCSA in its Silverton assembly plant, in Pretoria, and major supplier factories, as announced in 2021, which will enable the company to support production of the next-generation Ford Ranger. Other subsidiaries involved in these projects include Unitrade 745, Automould, Lumotech and Supreme Springs, with a variety of wires, plastic and chrome plated parts, suspension parts as well as headlights and tail lights being produced. The investment commitment by Metair is an outcome of the South Africa Investment Conference held in 2020 and directly aligns with the objectives of the South African Automotive Master Plan to 2035 (SAAM2035), with the new facility posited to increase localisation, develop skills and create employment. Speaking at the launch, Ramaphosa said this investment showcased the long-term commitment by FMCSA and Metair to South Africa and underpinned their confidence in the country's role in the global automotive value chain. Metair CEO Riaz Haffejee said the new facility took about nine months to complete, since the groundbreaking last year and that R804-million had been invested in the facility. A key benefit on the new facility that was lauded during the launch was the employment it has engendered, with 4 000 jobs created, more than doubling Hesto's staff complement. Ramaphosa lauded this achievement, especially given that it includes the youth of the country, and further, boasts a 70% female representation. He also pointed out that the localisation targets would benefit the surrounding communities. Ramaphosa said such strides in localisation were aligned to aims outlined in the SAAM2035 and called for a continued drive in this area. Hesto MD William Hilditch pointed out that Hesto was the largest employer in the area and said it was proud of its role in empowering the greater iLembe district community. “The government support to both Ford and Isuzu unlocked this opportunity for Hesto to grow its operations, both in KwaDukuza and Tshwane, and contribute significantly to employment, economic growth, skills development and transformation. “Our drive to increase localisation across our business has enhanced this impact. Our country has the resources and skills available to localise more and we believe that, through closer collaboration across the value chain, there is much more that can be achieved on this front,” Hilditch commented. Haffejee echoed these sentiments, noting that the new facility was testament to the Metair group's customer commitment and drive to support the sustainability of the automotive sector through enhanced localisation and global skills transfer. “I am extremely proud of what the team at Hesto has achieved and extend our appreciation to our partners and other stakeholders, specifically Ford and Yazaki, for making this project possible,” he outlined. Haffejee said Metair had driven several localisation projects in support of OEMs and the SAAM2035 agenda through its South Africa-based subsidi...

BizNews Radio
John Biccard advises a return to JSE's 'Lucky Sevens', says structural change means Nasdaq darlings can drop by half

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 30:27


In more than three decades of managing assets, John Biccard of Ninety One has consistently acquired co-ownership in out of favour businesses. His style, called value investing, faced stiff headwinds over the past decade. But he believes the tide has turned and it's now time to fill up your portfolio with JSE-listed 'Lucky Seven' stocks - mid-cap listings trading on seven times earnings and yielding 7% in dividends. He explains why in this investing masterclass, sharing thoughts on a number of shares that qualify, including his "best idea" to which he has allocated a hefty 10% of his Ninety One Value Fund portfolio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Limitless
One on One with Ricardo Allen : Part 2

Limitless

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 36:11


In this episode, we continue our discussion with our special guest, Mr. Ricardo Allen, CEO of One-on-One Educational Services.  He discusses the hard work behind listing a company on the Jamaica Stock Exchange and some of his goals for the company.  Follow us on :Twitter

Limitless
One on One with Ricardo Allen : Part 1

Limitless

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 29:19


In this episode, we have a special guest, Mr. Ricardo Allen, CEO of One-on-One Educational Services.  He discussed the hard work behind listing a company on the Jamaica Stock Exchange and some of his goals for the company.  Part 2 coming soon....Follow us on :Twitter

BizNews Radio
Right of Reply: Coronation responds, in detail, to Sean Peche's allegations on the alleged Performance Fee rip-off

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 60:41


For the past three weeks South Africa's largest asset managers - and particularly Coronation, Allan Gray and Ninety One - have been accused of profiteering at the expense of retail investors. This came in the wake of detailed analysis by Ranmore Funds founder Sean Peche, who holds both CA and CFA qualifications, which showed South African investors were paying much higher fees than their counterparts elsewhere in the world. Coronation's Head of Personal Investments, Pieter Koekemoer, presents the other side of the story in this Right of Reply discussion with Alec Hogg of BizNews.com. In it he argues that Peche's analysis is not a fair comparion; addresses the Coronation incentive model (30% of pretax profits as a bonus); responds to Sygnia founder Magda Wierzycka's scathing attack in Coroantion's culture - and explains why it has taken so long for the JSE-listed company to respond. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

BizNews Radio
Chris Logan: Coronation's shares tanking on Peche's "explosive" disclosures - company urgently needs to respond

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 17:35


One of the SA money management industry's ultimate insiders, veteran investor Chris Logan, has entered the debate over 'performance fees' charged to small investors via big companies' self-created benchmarks. Logan was a star manager at Old Mutual, BOE Asset Management and HSBC before starting his own company, Opportune, two decades ago. As a shareholder in Coronation, he is urging the company to publicly respond to Ranmore Funds founder Sean Peche's disclosures, which he describes as "explosive". Only one of the big companies tagged by Peche for charging fees not countenanced elsewhere (Ninety One) has offered a response - and then primarily because it was inadvertently named instead of Coronation for a dubious practice conducted by its rival. Adding spice to the mix is that Coronation, whose numbers are public because its shares are listed on the JSE, carves out 30% of its profit into a bonus pool for distribution among 160 staff - in its most recent financial year that came to R700m. Logan says such a huge bonus aligns staff with shareholders. A counter is that it may also encourage profiteering of the kind alleged by Peche. Logan discussed the issue with Alec Hogg of BizNews.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

JSEDirect with Simon Brown
The bear and bull case for investing in Shoprite (#510)

JSEDirect with Simon Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 20:32


Simon Shares Anthony Clark on small caps Purity baby powder products were recalled by TigerBrands (JSE code: TBS) due to traces of asbestos. PSG (JSE code: PSG) unbundling effective at close on Tuesday. Holders at the close will receive 3.87 PSG Konsult (JSE code: KST) 1.82 Curro (JSE code: COH) 0.12 Kaap Agri (JSE code: KAL) 1.04 CA Sales (JSE code: CAA) 1.02 Stadio (JSE code: SDO) The bear and bull case for investing in Shoprite Shoprite* (JSE code: SHP) results saw the stock down 7.5%. Let's dig into what the market maybe didn't like. Only 10% earnings growth? With one week less and the 2021 riots in the numbers, decent albeit not knock the lights out. Only 600c dividend for the full year? Very much in line with the average. Expensive on PE of over 20x? Always is, but mid-range is about 15% lower. So yes, maybe a little more than usual? Opening 275 new stores? Cost and are they cannibalising their other stores? RSA operating margin 6.8%? The top end of the long-term range, worries that it may move lower? But Shoprite remains one of the best food retailers globally and a core holding in my portfolio. I have bids in the market at around R170 which would put it on a PE closer to the mid-range from the last decade. Sixty60 grew 150% and remains the absolute market leader in the grocery delivery space. Checkers Xtra Savings has 24.7m members and it turning into a bank account. * I hold ungeared positions. Sold my Murray & Roberts (JSE code: MUR) Murray & Roberts weekly chart Not a lekker chart, I've held for a while, but am now out #JSE pic.twitter.com/BKKP4HOLhr — Simon Brown (@SimonPB) September 4, 2022    

MoneywebNOW
Strong dollar is bad for EM markets

MoneywebNOW

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 20:40


Sanlam's Nick Kunze looks at whether US$ strength and ZAR weakness creates opportunity or risks for JSE shares. Fortress's Steven Brown talks the Reit's results. Izak Odendaal from Old Mutual on the European energy crisis and implications for stock markets.

Business News Leaders
Trade of Week – JSE clothing retailers

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 12:28


Join Independent Analyst Loyiso Mpeta, as he takes us through what the charts are saying about JSE clothing retailers like Truworths, Mr Price and Foschini.

Business News Leaders
Animal Spirits

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 25:52


August saw major reversal of fortunes for the markets after July's bounce back. A larger majority of investors now believe the global economy is likely to tip into recession within 12 months, according to the latest Bank of America global fund managers' survey. A net 58% of respondents believe recession is likely, up from a net 47% a month earlier. The net figure, which represents positive answers less negative ones, is the highest reading since May 2020. The JSE all share index logging its biggest one-day gain in three weeks on Friday after investors reacted favourably to the closely watched US nonfarm payrolls report. The world's largest economy created 315,000 jobs in August, versus 290,000 jobs that the economists had forecast. Global equities markets had been jittery in the days leading up to the release of the jobs report, which is seen as one of the more reliable gauges for the outlook on inflation that is hovering at a 40-year high in the US. The sustainability of near-term gains will, however, be tested as we edge closer towards the Fed's rates decision later this month. Sadly US market faded late on Friday and that soured sentiment heading into the new week with European futures down and the euro taking a fresh spill this morning after Russia shut a major gas pipeline to Europe, leading some governments there to announce emergency measures to ease the pain of soaring energy prices. U.S. markets are closed for the Labor Day holiday so liquidity will be lighter than normal, while The impact of Europe's energy crisis on global financial markets cannot be ignored. OPEC+ is meeting today and is likely to keep oil output quotas unchanged for October, although some sources would not rule out a small production cut to bolster prices that have slid due to fears of an economic slowdown. Let's find out what the animal spirits are telling us with Chris Holdsworth, chief investment strategist at Investec Wealth and Investment.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You
Dahlia Johnson: Investing Opportunities in Canada

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 22:35


It's The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast, and I am your host Heneka Watkis-Porter. We live in a global village; that has several benefits. The potential to create wealth is one of them. Earlier in 2022, the JSE announced that Jamaicans would be able to trade Canadian stocks right here on the Jamaica Stock Exchange in the near future. Well, the future is now; we couldn't be happier. To tell us all about the possibilities, is Dahlia Johnson, Trader at CUMAX Wealth Management. Some of what we looked at were: What does having this direct market access to Canada mean for investors in Jamaica? Why CUMAX leading the pack on this initiative Trading hours? Why Canada? And lots more. Connect with Dahlia Johnson: Email: djohnson@cumaxwealth.com Thanks for listening to The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, a podcast of the Jamaica Stock Exchange with your host, Heneka Watkis-Porter! Send us your feedback at podcast@jamstockex.com or on social media @jamstockex. In the meantime, follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app. The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You is produced by Heneka Watkis-Porter of The Entrepreneurial You podcast and now TV show. You can find out more at henekawatkisporter.com to hear leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from guests like Zachary Harding, Les Brown, Dr Marlene Street-Forrest, Richard Branson, Dr Marcia Forbes, Seth Godin and more. I am also on social media at Heneka Watkis-Porter. That's all for now, see you next week! Remember, as Warren Buffet says, "Rule number one: Don't lose money. Rule number two: Don't forget rule number one.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jamstockexpodcast/message

Limitless
ONE To Watch

Limitless

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 39:33


This week listen to a discussion our hosts Matthew Preston & Thaon Simms had on 1ON1 educational services before they listed. Hear their thoughts on the company and even a few predictions. Follow us on Twitter

Business News Leaders
The week in perspective

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 26:42


Happy spring Day Sadly, it's not so happy for markets with stocks staggering into September this morning with the dollar spiking as investors greeted Spring in the southern hemisphere and autumn in the northern by selling everything that was not nailed down after a month battered by concerns about aggressive rate hikes from global policymakers. Regional purchasing managers' indexes from South Korea, Japan and China on Thursday all pointed to slowing global economic activity as high inflation, rising interest rates and the war in Ukraine took a heavy toll. read more Overnight, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said the U.S. central bank would need to boost interest rates somewhat above 4% by early next year and hold them there in order to bring inflation back down to the Fed's goal, and that the risks of recession over the next year or two had moved up. U.S. stocks ended the month with the worst August performance in seven years. For the month, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 4.06%, the S&P 500 4.24% and the Nasdaq 4.64%. The JSE all share ended down just over 2% for the month. To put the week into perspective Michael Avery is joined by Warwick Lucas, Head of Galileo Securities; Isaah Mhlanga, Chief Economist at Alexforbes & Raymond Parsons, Professor at School of Business and Governance NWU

MoneywebNOW
‘Stadio our preferred pick in the sector'

MoneywebNOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 19:33


FNB's Thabiso Mamathuba unpacks the latest Old Mutual and Stadio results. Zandile Makhoba from Liberty on the current local and global economic challenges faced by markets today. Valdene Reddy of Capital Markets at the JSE talks the JSE's Sustainability Segment and recently issued gender-linked bonds.

MoneywebNOW
TOP STORY-Barloworld's gender-linked bond joins the JSE's Sustainability Segment

MoneywebNOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 4:54


‘This instrument aims to create gender diversity. It was targeted at participation of women-owned businesses in the economy through its supply chain': Valdene Reddy, director of Capital Markets at the JSE.

Limit Free Life with Michelle Perkins
The Desire for Work/Life Alignment Globally with Mpume Ncube-Daka, Career Coach

Limit Free Life with Michelle Perkins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 46:11


"I love change." Wouldn't you love to be able to say that?! Mpume says that the only thing she loves more than change, are change conversations, mostly because of what follows in people's careers when powerful discussions take place. People grow, they succeed and ultimately, their lives change.Listen in to our powerful conversation about career transition, entrepreneurship and money mindset. If you are seeking a more fulfilling life and change, perhaps from corporate to entrepreneurship or something else, you will find insights in this show. Mpume Ncube-Daka is the founder and CEO of Change Conversations, a corporate level coach with a deep understanding of the corporate and business environment. She has honed her skills to work with individuals at their different life stages for them to have work-life alignment.She earned her stripes in the corporate world, experiencing the entire array of career steps from joining as a graduate to rising in the ranks, not getting promotions and being told she wasn't visible enough. And then rising up again to reach the top of her game at JSE-listed entities as well as multinational businesses. As a corporate level coach, her experience has given her a deep understanding of the corporate and business environment, business strategy and the best way to navigate this world while working to identify your own unique talents and passions.She is also a mom of three, a wife and an entrepreneur. All these different aspects of who she is grant her unique insights into how needs change at different stages of your life. Mpume's joy is in growing dreams, inviting innovation, entering the world of entrepreneurship and creating clear, achievable business strategies.Listen to "Change Conversations with Mpume" wherever podcasts are found and find her on Linkedin.FOLLOW AND SHARELeave us your honest rating and a review, if you would, wherever you listen to podcasts or on the Limit Free Life YouTube Channel.You can really help us to grow, gain popularity and bring on more fabulous guests.If you love this episode, please share it with your friends or someone who needs to hear it. My goal is to help as many as possible live their best lives with a career or business they love and a great relationship with money so they can have the freedom they deserve in life.Send questions or show ideas to: michelle@limitfreelife.com and visit https://limitfreelife.com to learn more and grab some free resources to help you move forward. To Your Success!!

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You
The JSE's Caribbean Business Exchange

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 21:20


The Jamaica Stock Exchange and You is brought to you by CUMAX Wealth Management, "making more possible." Cable television is a system of delivering television programming to viewers via radio frequency signals transmitted through electrical cables; in more recent systems, light pulses through fibre-optic cables. You might be wondering why I am opening up with this information about cable TV on the JSE's podcast. I have a good cause. The JSE's mission is to contribute to the growth and development of the territories where they conduct business, by facilitating the mobilization, exchange, and expansion of capital while providing a return on equity acceptable to their shareholders. I know first-hand that the organization does nothing that is out of alignment with its vision and mission. Today, we will examine how the JSE's latest venture, the Caribbean Business Exchange, aligns with its mission and vision. To tell us all about that is Andre Gooden, Business Development Manager at the JSE. Some of what we looked at were: What is the CBX? How does the CBX align to the mission & vision of the JSE? How will the CBX benefit investors? What kind of content can we expect from the CBX? How will the CBX be different from what already exists? And lots more. Connect with Andre Gooden: Email: andre.gooden@jamstockex.com Thanks for listening to The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, a podcast of the Jamaica Stock Exchange with your host, Heneka Watkis-Porter! The Jamaica Stock Exchange and You was brought to you by CUMAX Wealth Management, "making more possible." Send us your feedback at podcast@jamstockex.com or on social media @jamstockex. In the meantime, follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app. The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You is produced by Heneka Watkis-Porter of The Entrepreneurial You podcast and now TV show. You can find out more at henekawatkisporter.com to hear leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from guests like Zachary Harding, Les Brown, Dr Marlene Street-Forrest, Richard Branson, Dr Marcia Forbes, Seth Godin and more. I am also on social media at Heneka Watkis-Porter. That's all for now, see you next week! Remember, as Warren Buffet says, "Rule number one: Don't lose money. Rule number two: Don't forget rule number one.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jamstockexpodcast/message

Limitless
Dolla Signs

Limitless

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 57:44


This week our hosts  Matthew Preston & Thaon Simms discuss the announcement of Dolla's interest in buying Access Financial. They speculate on how the deal could be done and make some predictions Follow us on:TwitterInstagramYoutubeLinks:Mayberry vs AccessDolla interested in buying AccessMarcus & Julie Article 1Marcus &  Julie Article 2Broken Bonds Chris Berry tweetMayberry willing to buy a microfinance company tweetMicrofinance explanationAccess Financial's most recent report Access Financial's Top 10 Learn Grow Invest Interview with KadeenSupport the show

BizNews Radio
BBB Ep 41 - Sasol CEO defends using Bain & Co; Oil surges as OPEC relooks production; Rand slumps, JSE's Resi stocks rise; Sceptics return to Wall Street

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 25:45


This episode of the Briefing features Sasol's results - and its CEO's defence of a contract with Bain & Co (with Biznews's Michael Appel's response); a surge to just below $100 in the oil price; excellent day for resources shares on the JSE and reasons why sceptics are returning to Wall Street after a strong recovery since mid-June. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Easy Does It - A podcast by EasyEquities
EasyEquities and Capitec 10k winner, Lesedi Motlaung

Easy Does It - A podcast by EasyEquities

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 11:26


Ever seen other people win competitions and then you wonder how they're going to spend their winnings? Well, this time the answer is simple: invest!But this time around we want to hear it straight from the winner of the EasyEquities and Capitec competition that aired on YFM for July Savings Month. Lesedi Motlaung was one of four users to win R10k to invest as he sees fit on EasyEquities.We chatted about diversification and the importance of investing in familiar businesses, even investing in businesses eKasi. Lesedi is one of our favourite investors because he came from not believing he'd be investing in big companies on the JSE, to having done it in no time.In the wise words of Lesedi, ‘iMali iyahlonishwa' and we couldn't agree more. So hit play on this episode to get an understanding about his personal journey into the world of investing, and why he is a fan of growing his assets.Be a legend in the making, like Lesedi, and check out how to invest in the biggest companies locally and around the globe via EasyEquities.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).

BizNews Radio
BBB Ep 40 - Oil price falls sharply; Purple's blockbuster Asian deal; Charlie Robertson on W Cape Independence; Seratonin and depression; Remote work debate

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 27:48


An adjustment to the normal format in this episode of the BizNews Business Briefing where Alec Hogg and Lucy Ferreira are joined by colleagues Stuart Lowman and Nadya Swart to provide context on the day's major business news; including Purple Group's big Asian deal that was announced on Friday; the Time Travelling Economist not countering lobbyists for Western Cape Independence; debate on remote work after Apple's CEO demands staff return to the office; and controversy around an apparent 70 year old myth that has delivered massive profits to Big Pharma. All that plus the latest on markets and shares that moved on the JSE today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Business News Leaders
Trade of the Week – JSE Banks

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 11:21


Join Independent Analyst Loyiso Mpeta, as he takes us through what the charts are saying about JSE banks like Nedbank, Absa, Standard Bank and Firstrand.

Business News Leaders
The Week in Perspective

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 26:37


The JSE ended little changed on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve's mixed signals overnight about the trajectory of inflation and interest rates — the two interrelated themes that have been driving market psychology for months. The R5.49-trillion resource 10 index is beholden to commodity prices, which have fallen sharply since peaking in the first half of 2022. They, in turn, have been dragged down in part by question marks over the direction of the China's economy, which has been hobbled by stringent lockdowns to control the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Banks resumed their upward march on Thursday after taking a breather on Wednesday, with the index gaining 0.44% to stretch the sector's gains to 12.58% over the past month on a rolling basis. However, the insurance market was patchy, as were the big industrial shares. Asian shares were left in limbo on Friday while the U.S. dollar made all the running as recession clouds gathered over Europe and highlighted the relative outperformance of the U.S. economy. To put the week into perspective Michael Avery is joined by Warwick Lucas, Head from Galileo Securities; Isaah Mhlanga, Chief Economist at Alexforbes & Raymond Parsons, Professor at the School of Business and Governance at Northwest University

BizNews Radio
BBB Ep 38 - Oil creeps back towards $100; Markets bets 'bluffing' Fed's Put alive and well; Grindrod's big day on JSE; Bitcoin falls

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 24:40


A forgotten term, The Fed Put, has re-entered Wall Street's vocabulary. Stock and bond participants are betting the US Federal Reserve Bank is bluffing and will stop raising interest rates when economic damage becomes obvious. Fed officials have been doing their best in public statements to say the opposite. Also in this episode of the BizNews Breakfast Briefing - after hitting a six month low earlier in the week, the oil price is edging back towards $100 a barrel; Bitcoin's rally appears to have petered out; and the Rand fell sharply overnight against the US Dollar. On the JSE, it was all about Grindrod yesterday after the company released a trading update that sent its already elevated share price higher still (+138% year to date). R1.25trn needed to end load-shedding by 2035 Thungela still burning bright Apple products currently worth buying In-depth with Mike Brown, SA's longest serving bank CEO: Nedbank, digital revolution, renewables, fintechs, greylisting and crypto Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Business News Leaders
Mind the (pay) gap

Business News Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 23:51


Financial services firm PwC's annual survey of listed company executive directors released on Tuesday showed that though the representation of women in CEO and CFO posts had improved, women still occupied just 19% of top finance posts in June, up from 17% in 2021. Across the JSE, female CEOs constituted just 8%, up from 5% a year earlier, while CFOs sat at 22% from 17%. Among all the locally listed entities, the female representation at executive level stood at 15%, moving up slightly from 13%. To talk about this Michael Avery is joined by Laurence Grubb, Managing Director at Khokhela Remuneration Advisors; Ray Harraway, member of IoDSA Remuneration Committee Forum; Johan Botes, Head of Baker McKenzie's Employment & Compensation Practice Group in Johannesburg & Leila Ebrahimi, Co-leader at PwC Reward team which forms part of PwC South Africa's People and Organisation division and editor of the report

JSEDirect with Simon Brown
Is Thungela still a buy? (#507)

JSEDirect with Simon Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 23:04


Simon Shares BHP Group* (JSE code: BHG) results, have we peaked? Absa (JSE code: ABG) results, but maybe the ore important point of the results is their expectation that prime will hit 11% early in 2023. Chip shortage seems to be easing. Nasdaq is in a bull market, +20% off mid-June lows. Brent oil falling. Current petrol price reduction is 260c for September. UK inflation is 10.1% for July. Charles Savage tells us his fav ETFs Rochelle Writes, pay down debt or save more with high rates. Thungela resources (JSE code: TGA) still a buy? R60 dividend, 40% forward DY HEPS 6723c, forward PE 2.5x Mis-priced at listing, unbundling often cause this to happen. Ukraine's war gave it new legs. Risks Coal price Rand strength Ukraine war Transnet * I hold ungeared positions.  

Easy Does It - A podcast by EasyEquities
The Easy Market Wrap with JD Breytenbach

Easy Does It - A podcast by EasyEquities

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 15:14


Our first ever market wrap-up segment features JD Breytenbach as he highlights the main talking points on the JSE as well as in international markets for July 2022. We invited the Senior Trader from Purple Group to share the hottest market news that kept the markets abuzz.This conversation touches on different topics such as Crypto, commodities, the different stocks and how they performed on the JSE and NYSE, and more!We also look at bigger picture events and factors to consider like the economic indicators that were affected by the Ukraine conflict, to understanding how US earnings season were received by global markets.JD shares which investments he's keeping an eye on for the remainder of the year, dropping a few gems along the way for market enthusiasts to chew on for August. We also get a reminder from the Senior Trader about how to maintain perspective, and some of the tips and principles he lives by as a long-term investor. Click this episode to catch our first ever Easy market wrap-up!Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @JD_Breytenbach or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You
JSE's Stock Market Game & School Competition

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 24:58


The Jamaica Stock Exchange and You is brought to you by CUMAX Wealth Management, "making more possible." Let's talk about the truth! We are living in an unpredictable financial climate. But the good news is, when you learn to trade and invest in the stock market, you create a lifelong income stream that can protect your family should the unexpected happen. You might be thinking that understanding how to trade and invest in stocks is challenging, but it does not have to be complicated. To share about the Jamaica Stock Exchange's game and school competition is Michael Johnson, Deputy Business Development Manager & Senior Marketing Officer at the JSE. Some of what we looked at were: What is the Stock Market Game? What are the objectives of the game? Who is eligible to participate in the game? What are some of the prizes and benefits of participating in the game? And lots more. Connect with Michael Johnson: Email: michael.johnson@jamstockex.com Thanks for listening to The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, a podcast of the Jamaica Stock Exchange with your host, Heneka Watkis-Porter! The Jamaica Stock Exchange and You was brought to you by CUMAX Wealth Management, "making more possible." Send us your feedback at podcast@jamstockex.com or on social media @jamstockex. In the meantime, follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app. The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You is produced by Heneka Watkis-Porter of The Entrepreneurial You podcast and now TV show. You can find out more at henekawatkisporter.com to hear leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from guests like Zachary Harding, Les Brown, Dr Marlene Street-Forrest, Richard Branson, Dr Marcia Forbes, Seth Godin and more. I am also on social media at Heneka Watkis-Porter. That's all for now, see you next week! Remember, as Warren Buffet says, "Rule number one: Don't lose money. Rule number two: Don't forget rule number one.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jamstockexpodcast/message

The Property Pod
What's behind the self-storage property boom

The Property Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 22:10


The tell-tale sign of a genuine market opportunity is very often when there is no hard data available on a particular sector, says Gavin Lucas, CEO of Stor-Age Property REIT – the only pure-play self-storage property fund listed on the JSE.

Nuus
Trustco wen dringende hofaansoek teen JSE

Nuus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 0:27


In die nadraai van 'n hofstryd van reuse-omvang, het Trustco uiteindelik gesien dat geregtigheid seëvier, aangesien sy dringende interdik om die Johannesburgse Aandelebeurs, die JSE, te weerhou om sy notering op te skort, vandag geslaag het. Trustco sê dit het vir hulle nodig geword om ‘n dringende aansoek by die hooggeregshof van Suid-Afrika in te dien om te verhoed dat die JSE sy onregverdigde uitgereikte skorsingsbesluit afdwing. Dit is die tweede dringende aansoek wat Trustco suksesvol teen die JSE in die hooggeregshof gewen het. Quinton van Rooyen Junior van Trustco sê aan Kosmos 94.1 Nuus dit is goeie nuus vir die 3 000 aandeelhouers.

JSEDirect with Simon Brown
There's only thing we can control – the price we pay (#505)

JSEDirect with Simon Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 20:30


Simon Shares Massmart (JSE code: MSM) update, retail margins are being squeezed, the exception is clothing retail. Thungela Resources (JSE code: TGA) very strong trading update. JSE (JSE code: JSE) results, strong. Nancy Pelosi lands in Taiwan and markets don't really care and China will complain - but this is not leading to war. Uber (NYSE code: UBER) finally hits cash flow positive. OPEC+ 100,000 b/d output hike, expectations (hopes?) were for 4-5x that and the second smallest increase since 1986. Earn 11% with Retail Savings Bonds What's the only thing we control in markets The price we pay Everything else is beyond our control So use your one power carefully  

Limitless
Underdog

Limitless

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 61:38


This week our hosts Matthew Preston & Thaon Simms finish part 3 of their discussion with Owen Hyatt. Owen is a final-year medical student at UWI and talks about the mindset he has while investing on the Jamaican Stock Exchange.We touch on topics like Caribbean Producers Jamaica, Dollar cost averaging & Mayberry Investments LimitedAsk us questions anonymouslyFollow us on TwitterFollow us on InstagramFollow us on YoutubeLinks:June tourism numbersCPJ expanding into St. LuciaCPJ getting Mayberry as their financial advisorMayberry restructuringJamaican festival in DubaiEverymickle news feedDollar cost average calculatorSupport the show

The Money Show
Busa: The idea of a social compact is not enough to implement interventions to promote investment and economic growth.

The Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 90:32


  Cas Coovadia, CEO at Business Unity SA on why bilateral talks are needed between government and business in order to implement plans to change the country's economic trajectory. Dr Leila Fourie, CEO of the JSE discusses the stock exchange's interim financial results. Then on Investment School, Maya Fisher-French, personal finance journalist at Maya on Money explains how to get passive income from shares; and why property is not a passive investment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You
Financing the Social Sector

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:51


It's The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast, and I am your host, Heneka Watkis-Porter. Over the years, there has been heightened interest in the social sector. This area delves way down, examining ways to change how members of the society think, act, cooperate and realize their potential. The Jamaica Social Stock Exchange (JSSE) comes in to play here. The JSSE is a social program driven by the JSE's practice of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), in partnership with companies listed on the JSE, international development partners, local donors and donors in the Jamaican Diaspora. The JSSE demonstrates a practical application of the five (5) Ps of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a People-Centered approach: People, Planet, Prosperity, Partnerships and Peace. To share on, Financing the Social Sector, is Nora Blake, Manager of the JSSE. Some of what we looked at were: What is meant by the social sector? Why is the social sector important? About the JSSE Projects of the JSSE Listing a project on the JSSE And lots more. Connect with Nora Blake: Email: nora.blake@jamstockex.com Thanks for listening to The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, a podcast of the Jamaica Stock Exchange with your host, Heneka Watkis-Porter! Send us your feedback at podcast@jamstockex.com or on social media @jamstockex. In the meantime, follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app. The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You is produced by Heneka Watkis-Porter of The Entrepreneurial You podcast and now TV show. You can find out more at henekawatkisporter.com to hear leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from guests like Zachary Harding, Les Brown, Dr Marlene Street-Forrest, Richard Branson, Dr Marcia Forbes, Seth Godin and more. I am also on social media at Heneka Watkis-Porter. That's all for now, see you next week! Remember, as Warren Buffet says, "Rule number one: Don't lose money. Rule number two: Don't forget rule number one.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jamstockexpodcast/message