Not yet the end

de Klerk, Vic
October 2008
Finweek;10/16/2008, p12
The article focuses on the impact of the global financial crisis in the financial sector South Africa. It states that the collapse of the world's market is causing havoc in South Africa. The article relates that share prices have fallen sharply, with the JSE's Top 40 also fallen by 27% in 2008. However, it mentions that South Africa's financial sector is not on the brink of collapse and do not need an emergency plan to save them.


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