JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's All-share index hit a record high for the third straight trading session on Thursday, edging up as shares of miners and brewers continued to gain on optimism for growth in Africa's top economy.
The All-share, the broadest measure of South African stock performance, touched a record of 35,162.91 before edging back. It was up 0.06 percent at 35,092.78 at 0711 GMT.
The benchmark Top-40 briefly touched 30,968.16, its highest since 2008, before giving up some gains. It was flat at 30,864.23. - Reuters