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At this juncture, probably the strongest market in the world. Bad payroll no, spainish bonds hitting the floor, doesnt phase this market. Should this type of resilience not attract foreign investment
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Our performance is BECAUSE of foreign investment!
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BC02
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true overall, but how weird is the market currently, R/$ plunges yet our market goes up? I.e. today was not foreign investment.
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klapka
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Still foreign investment (or lack of disinvestment to be more specific.) Just swamped by the scale of the currency market. When the foreigners pull out of our market - trust me- you'll know about it.
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kwagga
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I wonder what % of our market is owned by foreign investors, but I bet it could be as much as a third to half of the total market. If they leave all at once we will have a black swan effect without a doubt.
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Rams
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why would they leave and why all at once?
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Just to spite me!
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Foreigners bought R1.676bn in SA shares last week By Zeenat Moorad
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