It would be hard to pull off.— Nilan Morar, Head of Trading at GT Private Broking
Did someone take a big position against the rand before the NPA announced its charges against Pravin Gordhan?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Nilan Morar, Head of Trading at GT Private Broking.
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It is possible that people privy to information has acted on it. Proving it will be a challenge.— Nilan Morar, Head of Trading at GT Private Broking
The quantum of the trade would have to be of epic proportions to move the currency in that way.— Nilan Morar, Head of Trading at GT Private Broking
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