PSG: Is there room for further upside?

October 2015
Finweek;10/8/2015, p35
The article focuses on the financial gains and performance of financial services company PSG Group in 2015. Topics discussed include the seven reportable segments which PSG's operations are classified including Capitec Bank, Curro Holdings, and Zeder Investments, the total amount of the company's market capitalisation, and the increase of the earnings per share of Curro Holdings in six months ending June 2015.


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