Podcast: Latest trends in the South African equity market
In this episode, Jan Meintjes and Claude van Cuyck discuss the standout themes from the first quarter’s company results and management interactions. They also cover how these trends have impacted the current positioning of the Denker Capital South African equity portfolios.
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