Henry Biddlecombe is in for Anthea this week and he talks about the importance of offshore diversification for South African investors. He also discusses Anchor Capital’s top picks – Home Depot, PayPal and Disney.

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All Share caught a bid on Friday as the Rand weakened and global markets rallied. Naspers and Steinhoff both announce deals. We talk “Marmite Wars” becoming the indicator for the Brexit. And banks are a mixed bag for US earnings indicators.

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Anthea discusses how the Mexican Peso has become the barometer for the US elections. What is a Flash Crash? And Jack Ma and Steven Spielberg announce a joint venture.

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Anthea brings news that our local market is lower this morning and gives Mike Flax a lesson in investing. SA issued 2 dollar-denominated bonds which were 2.5x oversubscribed despite the expectation of lower growth… Anthea explains.

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Markets were slightly higher on Friday as the Rand weakened. Ferdi Schenk joins us in studio to talk through Pension Funds and Risk Analysis of investing. We also look at the Allianz Wealth Report.

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$2.7bn worth of shares exchanged hands on Friday, while the index slid into negative territory. Comer was up 6% on the back of news that they are now an approved supplier to government… and the banks fell after Deutsche was fined $14bn for residential mortgage-backed securities.

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The Rand had a sudden blowout on Friday on the back of Fed comments. Looks like we need to be a bit patient with Discovery, while FirstRand remains Anthea’s top pick in the sector. SAA gets approval for the R5bn loan guarantee.

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The markets caught a bid on Friday with NPN hitting a new high of R2491. Bids have dried up for Barclays Africa Group, and the Samsung Note7 recall will cost the company a “heartbreaking” amount of money.

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If you’d invested R100,000 in the JSE 20 years ago, today you’d have R1.6m. Anthea reviews the Jackson Hole central banks symposium and wonders why Christo Wiese is buying a diamond company.

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Anthea points out that there is money in sports companies as the Ironman brand, owned by China’s richest man, has bought the ABSA Cape Epic mountain bike race. Oil continues to rally but the local equity market is under a bit of pressure. It’s a mixed bag of trading updates from resource companies while Adcock-Ingram outshines. And finally, Ben wants to know if a sports bed is a good investment.

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