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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South African News and Market Update: Stor-Age share price rises

Shares in self-storage property fund Stor-Age rose just over 6% on the JSE on Tuesday after its half-yearresults to the end of September 2021 showed another strong set of financial results. As well as paying an interim dividend of 56.60 cents per share, Stor-Age announced an 8.85% increase in its dividend per share and chose to give the market an "outlook" by forecasting full-year dividend growth of between 6% and 8%. Read more.

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South African News and Market Update: Vodacom adds 6,2 million

Vodacom Group - the JSE-listed telecoms giant that is looking to transform itself into a technology company - announced in its latest results released on Monday that the company added 6.2 million new customers in the six months ended 30 September 2021. This is across the group's business in Africa, including Safaricom on a 100% basis. This addition brings Vodacom's customer base to 129.9 million, within striking distance of the 130 million mark, which is likely to be surpassed in the current financial year. South Africa's largest mobile network operator also said in the results that it had added an additional 1.1 million data

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International News and Market Update: Shell to move headquarters to

Royal Dutch Shell has announced plans to move its headquarters to the UK as part of proposals to simplify its corporate structure. The oil giant will ask its shareholders to vote on moving its tax headquarters from the Netherlands to the UK. It also wants to ditch its dual share structure in favour of a single class of shares to "increase the speed and flexibility" of distributions to shareholders. Read more.

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International News and Market Update: Electric truck maker Rivian reportedly

Shares in electric vehicle maker Rivian will trade in New York later today after raising around $10.5bn (£7.75bn) from investors. According to media reports, the shares were trading at $78 apiece. This would make it the largest initial public offering by a US company since Facebook's initial public offering (IPO) in 2012, even though Rivian only started delivering its first electric pick-ups to customers in September. Read more.

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