Shares in Shoprite - Africa’s largest retailer – leapt by 11.3% on Wednesday to their highest level since July 2013, making it the JSE’s best performing stock on the day.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Chris Steward, Portfolio Manager at Investec Asset Management.
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Shoprite reported a very strong performance in their non-South African operations.— Chris Steward, Investec Asset Management
The consensus view is that interest rate hikes are done. That’s good for the domestic consumer.— Chris Steward, Investec Asset Management
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