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Finweek Quiz #56

We’ve got another quiz for you! This one appears in the back of the 29 January edition of the magazine, on shelves now.

29 Jan 2015 cover

COVER STORY: The end of the road for value investing?

Warren Buffett got incredibly rich through value investing, but South African value investors have been struggling to beat the market since 2008. Is this the end of the road for value investing? Find out in the 29 January 2015 edition of Finweek.

Mabyanine Phiri

MARKET SNIPPET: 23 January 2015

The European Central Bank’s stimulus announcement led to a rally in indices in developed economies, writes Mabyanine Phiri in today’s Market Snippet.

Adrian Goslett

PROPERTY: Is it worth fixing up your home before you sell?

Should you repair your home before selling, or take a hit on the asking price, cut your losses and move on?

Mabyanine Phiri

MARKET SNIPPET: 22 January 2015

The European Central Bank’s (ECB) executive board has proposed asset purchases of €1.1tr to regenerate inflation in the Eurozone. All eyes will be on Mario Draghi today as the ECB outlays its plan to foster growth in the region and battle disinflation that’s creating deflation risk.

Simon Brown

INVESTMENT: How news affects share prices

How long does it take for the news cycle to affect the price of a share? Not long, writes Simon Brown in the 29 January 2015 edition of Finweek. Read the full article here.

Construction

PRO PICK: Afrimat attractive in limited market

Cannon Asset Managers’ Victor von Reiche believes investors are likely to find value in Afrimat, a company that has outperformed its sector and the Alsi over the past five years. Find out why in the 29 Janauary 2015 edition of Finweek.

GOVT BONDS

NEWS: Government bonds rally on oil-triggered inflation ease

The slump in oil prices could result in inflation falling to the lower half of the Reserve Bank’s target of between 3% and 6%, writes Jaco Visser in the 29 January 2015 edition of Finweek. Read the full article here.

Farming

WEF: Does Davos matter to Africa?

When world leaders and the very wealthy get together to find solutions to the globe’s most pressing problems, how much time do they spend thinking about Africa?

Mabyanine Phiri

MARKET SNIPPET: 21 January 2015

The challenges facing the Euro zone carry considerable risk for the global economy as a whole, which is why tomorrow’s ECB meeting matters so much, writes Mabyanine Phiri in today’s Market Snippet.