Tag: Peter Attard Montalto

#EskomCrisis threaten SA economy – Is there a way out the darkness?

Join this CNBC Africa panel as we unpack the Eskom crisis and find solutions to turn around the beleaguered SOE.

Fana Marutla on why rail is key to unlocking growth in Africa

Infrastructure development in Africa is said to be the key that will unlock economic growth.

SAA placed in business rescue: What lies ahead for the troubled national carrier?

National carrier South African Airways has officially been placed into business rescue as of today. The decision was taken on by the SAA board and supported by government. Joining CNBC Africa to give insight into SAA is Dirk Herman, Chief Operating Officer of Solidarity, Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research at Intellidex and Martin Kingston an SAA board member.

Is the land reform report a realistic draft for change?

The cabinet approval of the publication of the land reform report has sparked debate across South Africa. There are those who are keen and those who are cautious for the constitutional process that will need to take place to implement land reform. Joining CNBC Africa for this discussion is Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research at Intellidex and Dr Theo de Jager the Chairperson of the Board of Directors from The Southern Africa Agri-Initiative (SAAI).

Markets react to Ramaphosa’s cabinet announcement

Intellidex Head of Capital Markets Research, Peter Attard Montalto shares his views on president Ramaphosa’s cabinet announcement.

Intellidex reviews SA MPC meeting, Moody’s ratings expectations

Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research, Intellidex joins CNBC Africa to look at Moody’s ratings on South Africa and MPC meeting.

Eskom’s debt, a monster lurking in the dark

Eskom bondholders didn’t take too kindly to the lack of clarity given by Eskom on bond payments at Thursday's press conference, they had sold off the state-owned enterprises’ 21 bonds by about 75 basis points.

SARB keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.75%

SARB keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.75%
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