Mandy Nunes

https://gvmarkets.com/

Mandy Nunes is the Chief Marketing Officer for GV Markets. With 15 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry within the South African market, she has held various responsibilities within the business development, marketing, operations and regulatory space – leading to a very fitting position within the Trading and Investment environment. Mandy has notably been the editor of 'The Ordinary Millionaire', along with having written numerous pieces within the industry at large. Holding both legal and wealth management qualifications, her goal is to bring about massive success for, and within, GV Markets. GV Markets is a South African forex and CFD broker that offers comprehensive trading solutions to both retail and professional traders. GV Markets prides itself in being a well-regulated and reputable STP brokerage that works according to a No-Dealing Desk trading model, offering traders access to some of the best liquidity providers in the country.

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International News and Market Update: Evergrande shares slide after it

Debt-ridden property developer China Evergrande is set to raise about $273 million from the sale of its remaining stake in film production and streaming company HengTen Networks. This is according to a statement released before the stock market opened on Thursday. Evergrande, the largest issuer of U.S. dollar debt among Chinese property developers, was on the verge of officially defaulting this year. The company has made eleventh-hour payments and resumed building apartments owed to buyers. But that's only a fraction of what the company owes. Read more.

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South African News and Market Update: Spar slips more than

Spar's share price fell more than 7% on Wednesday after the company reported weak financial results for the 2021 financial year ended September 30. While the group described its "robust performance" despite "numerous challenges" during the year, the market reacted to the fact that it could only report revenue growth of 2.9% (to R127.9 billion). "Mixed performance across the regions resulted in an operating profit of R3,4 billion, down 1,5% on the previous year," the group said in its Sens results statement. "At constant exchange rates, revenue increased 3.9%, highlighting the impact of the stronger rand on the

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