Watch out for the buying opportunity

Gama, Moxima
January 2017
Finweek;1/19/2017, p15
The article focuses on how retail company Woolworths, which performed well in the clothing sector on South Africa and Australia in spite of weather resistance, in a good option for investors to invest in. Topics discussed include Woolworths Clothing and General Merchandise recording a sales increase, professional service company KPMG expected December spending in South Africa to be relatively subdued following a turbulent 2016, and the Woolworths current price-to-earnings ratio.


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