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Anglo rejects BHP for the third time. Inflation cools off but sticky. Shapeshifter - Jonathon Liebmann, Founder of BlackBrick

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  • Mining experts and host Bruce Whitfield discuss BHP’s final attempt to acquire Anglo American. The bid was rejected by the mining giant and the state-owned Public Investment Corporation, which owns over 7% of Anglo American. Anglo American Plc’s second-largest shareholder stated that BHP Group’s takeover offer needs a “meaningful revision,” making these public comments just hours before the deadline for BHP to either commit to an offer or withdraw.

 

  • Liandra da Silva, Economist at Nedbank, and host Bruce Whitfield analyze the latest inflation figures. According to Stats SA, consumer prices saw minimal movement in April, with headline inflation slowing to 5.2%, down from 5.3% in March. This aligns with economists’ expectations for headline inflation to remain steady after its first decrease in 2024, from 5.6% in February.

 

  • Jonathon Liebmann, founder of BlackBrick, is The Money Show's Shapeshifter. He talks with host  Bruce Whitfield about his career and founding BlackBrick, which has quickly become Africa's fastest-growing apartment hotel brand since 2019. With properties in Sandton and Foreshore, and a new hotel in Bedfordview, BlackBrick plans to expand to Gardens by February 2025 and Umhlanga by December 2025, establishing a strong nationwide presence.
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