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Nedbank

Nedbank is one of the largest banks in South Africa, however it is one of the newest banks to be incorporated in South Africa. It is headquartered in Johannesburg. Nedbank is listed on the JSE Stock Exchange under the code NED. Market capitalisation was R46.5bn as of 28 August 2006.

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Namibia: Bala Brothers, Gazza Dazzle!

Nov 24, 2011 - AllAfrica News

Namibia: Nedbank Gives Employees 6,3 Percent

Oct 03, 2011 - AllAfrica News

Namibia: NAFINU, Nedbank in Deadlock

Sep 23, 2011 - AllAfrica News

Namibia: Nedbank Namibia and Nafinu Cross Swords

Jul 27, 2011 - AllAfrica News

Namibia: Leo Evasive on Terms of Sale

Jun 29, 2011 - AllAfrica News

HSBC abandons talks to acquire Nedbank

Oct 16, 2010 - Business Standard

HSBC ends talks on taking $8 bn Nedbank stake

Oct 15, 2010 - Business Standard

HSBC close to dropping $5.3 bn Nedbank bid: report

Oct 15, 2010 - Business Standard

HSBC close to dropping plan to buy Nedbank

Oct 15, 2010 - Financial Times

South Africa regulators could play spoiler for HSBC

Sep 07, 2010 - Business Standard

SA regulators could play spoiler for HSBC

Sep 06, 2010 - Business Standard

HSBC starts exclusive talks with Nedbank

Aug 24, 2010 - Independent

HSBC joins the scramble for Africa

Aug 24, 2010 - Financial Times

HSBC given weeks to make Nedbank bid

Aug 24, 2010 - Financial Times

Articles About Nedbank

MasterCard revenue falls short, CEO says second quarter looks "dodgy"

By Reuters UK

MasterCard Inc <MA.N>, the world's second-largest payment network, reported a higher-than-expected rise in quarterly profit, but the company's revenue missed analysts' estimates as a sluggish global economy weighs on consumer spending. (May 02, 2013)

MORE TOPICS: RETAIL, AMERICAN EXPRESS, QANTAS

Barclays seals $2.1 billion Africa deal with Absa

By Reuters UK

South Africa's biggest retail bank Absa <ASAJ.J>, majority-owned by Barclays Plc <BARC.L>, has reached an all-share deal to acquire the British bank's operations in Africa to allow it to expand on the continent and catch up with rivals. (Dec 07, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: BARCLAYS, RETAIL, SOUTH AFRICA, NIGERIA, GHANA, BOTSWANA

South Africa's dithering strike response spooks investors

By Reuters UK

Wildcat strikes in South Africa's platinum belt have entered a sixth week with no resolution in sight and investors are worried about the government's inability to quell the unrest. (Sep 18, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS, UNEMPLOYMENT, MANAGEMENT, JACOB ZUMA, SOUTH AFRICA, INVESTMENT

Analysis - South Africa's dithering strike response spooks investors

By Reuters UK

Wildcat strikes in South Africa's platinum belt have entered a sixth week with no resolution in sight and investors are worried about the government's inability to quell the unrest. (Sep 18, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS, UNEMPLOYMENT, MANAGEMENT, JACOB ZUMA, SOUTH AFRICA, INVESTMENT

Analysis: South Africa's dithering strike response spooks investors

By Reuters

Wildcat strikes in South Africa's platinum belt have entered a sixth week with no resolution in sight and investors are worried about the government's inability to quell the unrest. (Sep 18, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS, UNEMPLOYMENT, MANAGEMENT, JACOB ZUMA, SOUTH AFRICA, INVESTMENT

Olympics 2012: Oscar Pistorius Just Wants To Compete

By IBTimes

The athlete will be the first amputee to compete in track at the Olympics. (Jul 30, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, TWITTER, COURT, SILVER, LONDON

'Offsetting' Campaign To Save Forests To Be Announced At Rio+20

By IBTimes

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HSBC sees "no big deals" as pay row fizzles

By Reuters UK

HSBC <HSBA.L> said it had no appetite to take advantage of turmoil in the euro zone and make big acquisitions there or anywhere else where rivals are selling major assets. (May 26, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: BARCLAYS, HSBC, FTSE, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, INDIA, SOUTH AFRICA

FTSE easier as weak miners counter pharma gains

By Reuters UK

The country's leading share index ticked lower on Friday, consolidating after strong gains in the previous session, with a strong take-up for Greece's bond swap deal discounted as investors sought fresh direction from key U.S. jobs data. (Mar 09, 2012)

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Old Mutual to sell Nordic unit for $3.2 billion

By Reuters UK

Insurer Old Mutual <OML.L> <OMLJ.J> is to sell its Nordic business at a paper loss to Skandia Liv for 22.5 billion Swedish crowns (2.1 billion pounds) to cut debt and return surplus capital from the deal to shareholders. (Dec 15, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: MORGAN STANLEY, FTSE, MANAGEMENT, INVESTMENT, LONDON