Three uncapped WP players join the Springbok squad

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JOHANNESBURG — As it turns out, Western Province were always on the back foot going into Saturday’s Currie Cup final against the Sharks at Newlands. Earlier in the week, the players selected for the Springbok squad for the 4 Test end-of-year tour had been told of their national call-up. Given the logistics of flying to… Read More

Exclusive Interview: Daniel LaCalle

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My interview with Daniel LaCalle on everything from Central Bank policy, interest rates, market risk, and the future of economic growth. Read more from Daniel Lacalle at D-Lacalle.com Daniel Lacalle is a PhD in Economy and fund manager. He holds the CIIA financial analyst title, with a post graduate degree in IESE and a master’s… Read More

Morgan Stanley: "Buy The Dip" Is Dead

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By Chris Metli, Executive Director in Morgan Stanley’s Institutional Equity Division Buying the dip has been the right trade for so long that it has become ingrained in investors’ psyche.  Ample liquidity in the QE era provided the ammunition, and with robust earnings growth investors learned that selling into a downturn was the wrong trade,… Read More

Kass: An Open Letter To Larry Kudlow

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“We believe that free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity!” – The Kudlow Creed Dear Larry, You and I go way back – we have been friends for many years. I deliver this letter to you out of respect and in recognition of that friendship. It is being submitted and is intended to be respectful,… Read More

Platinum miners their own worst enemies: Joburg mining update

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South African mining executives, investors and officials gather in the nation’s economic hub for the Joburg Indaba conference, a week after Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe published the government’s new Mining Charter. It’s been a tough couple of years for South African mining, from regulatory uncertainty and legal fights with the government, to thousands of… Read More

Alex Jones Sues Paypal For Infowars Ban Over "Hate, Intolerance"

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Alex Jones’s company, Free Speech Systems, LLC, has sued PayPal for the its ban of Infowars because the controversial website “promoted hate and discriminatory intolerance against certain communities and religions.” In the complaint filed by Jones’s lawyers, Marc Randazza Legal group, they accuse PayPal of banning Infowars “for no other reason than a disagreement with… Read More