Fortress Income Fund's development plans are given a boost as it raises R1.3bn in an oversubscribed accelerated bookbuild.

Fortress Income Fund more than doubles its B-share dividend to shareholders in the six months to December.

The New Year will see the trend towards passive and real asset investing continue, with ongoing volatility in a positively trending global market, a potential recovery in Emerging Markets and the rise of robo-advice in South Africa.

A gradually improving global economy and progress toward reducing deficits in advanced economies have lowered short-term fiscal risks, yet many countries still face a long road back to fiscal health.

Monday, 15 October 2012 08:21

Emerging markets bolster prime rental index

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