SA's rand on Tuesday led the global currency recovery as it regained some ground against the dollar.
The rand recovers against the dollar after slumping to a two-month low due to a stronger greenback in the wake of Donald Trump's victory.
The US dollar holds near a 14-year high as investors brace for stronger inflation in the United States amid expectations ...
The dollar surges to an 11-month high against a basket of major currencies, resuming an upward track driven by US bond yields ...
A surging dollar and rising US Treasury yields weigh on emerging market assets.
South Africa's rand falls to a 10-week low against the dollar as a global bond selloff intensifies.
European shares rose sharply on Monday, underpinned by gains among bank sector stocks.
The dollar rose against a basket of major currencies on Monday, riding climbing US yields.
SA's rand declined 5.1 percent last week - the most since the five days ended August 26.
Investors' concern about political shifts is benefiting the pound.
Copper briefly surpassed $6 000 a ton and headed for the biggest weekly rally ever.
Donald Trump's election victory roiled global markets, but Britain's pound seems have found a silver lining.
SA's rand weakens against the dollar for a third day amid concern over Donald Trump's future policies.
Oil prices dipped on Friday as the market refocused on a persistent fuel supply overhang that is not expected to abate in the near future.
South Africa's rand hit three-week lows as the dollar regained its composure after Donald Trump's election triumph.