Africa Bank, Sallies, Steinhoff May Be Active in Early Johannesburg Trade

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The FTSE/JSE Africa All Share Index declined for a second day, dropping 630.78, or 2.1 percent, to 29,888.14 by the 5 p.m. close in Johannesburg.

African Bank Investments Ltd. (ABL) : South Africa’s biggest provider of small loans updates the market on its furniture retailer subsidiary Ellerine Holdings Ltd. Shares in the lender fell 0.7 percent to 34.09 rand.

Kap International Holdings Ltd. (KAP) : The investment company releases results for the year to June 30. Earnings a share from continuing operations excluding one-time items rose as much as 45 percent, the company said in a trading statement on Aug. 12. The stock was unchanged at 2.60 rand.

Sallies Ltd. (SAL) : The fluorspar producer holds a general meeting of shareholders to vote on a $2.8 million convertible loan from TSC Investments Ltd. Shares in the company closed unchanged at 14 cents.

Steinhoff International Holdings Ltd. (SHF) : The furniture-maker releases earnings for the year to June 30. The stock declined 3 percent to 21 98 rand.

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