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South African wheat dropped for the first time in five sessions in Johannesburg trading.
US stock index futures pointed to a higher open after the first read on second-quarter economic growth came in much stronger than expected.
Russian shares posted their biggest jump in a month as investors were relieved that new sanctions announced by Brussels and Washington were as expected and not ...
Wheat falls for first time in five se ...
Data expected to weigh on rand
Wheat rallies to three-week high
Taiwan buys SA maize for import
Rand slips ahead of data
More South Africa
Russian shares rebound
Russian shares posted their biggest jump in a month as investors were relieved that new sanctions announced by Brussels and Washington were as ...
Nigeria’s clampdown spurs naira gains
Ghana’s cedi is world’s weakest curre ...
Oil dips in Asian trade
Wheat rises for second day
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Oil prices slipped in Asian trade on Monday, but analysts said they were supported by concerns of an escalation of the Ukraine crisis.
The number of counterfeit euro banknotes withdrawn from circulation dropped in the first six months of this year.
Russian markets took a further tumble after the crash of a Malaysian plane in rebel-held east Ukraine dramatically raised tensions between the Kremlin and the West.
Sterling fell against the dollar as worries over an escalation of tensions between Russia and the West drove investors to cut long positions in the pound and seek out more liquid and safe-haven currencies.
South African stocks ended slightly lower as geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine undermined demand for risky assets, adding to growing worries about valuations.
South Africa's rand recovered its footing against the dollar, shaking off the previous day's late bout of risk aversion triggered by the downing of a Malaysian plane in Ukraine.
New types of long-term investors and flexible, “go-anywhere” investing styles are helping transform emerging markets.
US stocks are opening higher after Google, Honeywell and other big companies report their quarterly results.
Global stock markets slid after the crash of a Malaysian Airlines jet which killed nearly 300 people over rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
US stock index futures rose modestly, putting the S&P 500 on track to bounce from its biggest decline since April 10.
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