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World stocks mostly halted their recent rally before the latest policy signal from the US central bank.
British shares fell, halting a five-day winning run as a fall in major mining shares pushed the FTSE index off a three-week high.
European shares dipped, ending a sharp two-day rally, with investors rattled after Carlsberg issued a profit warning, blaming deteriorating conditions in Russia...
Rand hits week low after bank downgra ...
The rand fell to its weakest in a week as a ratings downgrade on South African banks hit sentiment locally.
JSE banks index down after Moody's cu ...
JSE stocks pulled down by BHP Billito ...
Rand gets support from rate views
Rand pulls back from 10.50
More South Africa
Dollar firm in Asia
Rand steady versus the US dollar
Oil mixed in Asian trade
Oil prices were mixed in Asia on Wednesday as investors waited for the minutes of the US Federal Reserve’s July meeting.
Oil rebounds in Asia
Palladium rises to 13-year high
Oil eases in Asian trade
Blue $25m diamond hints at Earth’s or ...
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The rand gleaned support from expectations that interest rates in South Africa are going to continue higher.
Emerging-country stocks climbed for a seventh day as tensions in Russia and Iraq eased and US housing starts rose.
Hong Kong shares ended at more than six-year highs, in a catch-up to strong global markets and buoyed by strength in property companies.
Global stocks rose and core bonds barely moved on renewed investor appetite for risk.
European shares rose to extend the previous session's rally, with Germany's DAX index outperforming, driven by what traders saw as an easing of tension in the Ukraine crisis.
Britain's top share index climbed to its highest level in nearly three weeks, tracking strong gains in the US market.
US stock index futures advanced modestly, putting the S&P 500 on track for a second straight day of gains.
US stocks opened higher on Tuesday, putting the S&P 500 on track for a second straight day of gains.
Oil prices rebounded in Asia on Tuesday on bargain-hunting after tumbling on easing concerns about conflicts in Ukraine and Iraq.
American stocks surged on Monday, with the Nasdaq closing at a 14-year high as increasing homebuilder confidence and hopes for receding tensions in Russia gave investors reasons to make bigger bets on the equity market. Read Story
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