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US stock index futures were flat and pointed to a lower open after three days of gains on Wall Street.
The leaders of South Africa's striking mining union and the chief executives of the world's three biggest platinum producers.
Hong Kong shares finished slightly higher in the lowest trading volume since mid-February, as investors geared up for the Easter holiday.
Union, platinum bosses in fresh talks
Rand, bonds hold steady
SA stocks rise as miners advance
Rand bounces back after Chinese data
Rand softer as fears weigh
More South Africa
Rand, bonds hold steady
South Africa's rand firmed within a recent range, trading sideways for a second session.
US dollar holds steady
Dollar looks solid in Asia
Platinum strike widens global deficit
Oil prices advance on weak dollar
Gold steadies, but pressures remain
Oil mixed after weak Chinese data
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Hong Kong stocks slid, with the benchmark index capping the biggest decline in almost a month, after data showed China’s new credit fell in March from a year earlier and money supply grew at the slowest pace on recor...
South African stocks were led lower by top tier mining stocks as global gold prices slumped by more than two percent on US dollar strength.
The South African rand weakened against the dollar for the fourth straight trading session.
Gold prices fell more than 2 percent as strength in the dollar following forecast-beating US retail sales data pushed it through key chart levels while silver hit a 2-1/2 month low.
Russia's dollar-denominated RTS stock index has fallen more than 3 percent on the day after reports of fighting in eastern Ukraine.
Maize in South Africa declined as the price of the grain retreated in Chicago.
The dollar held firm after solid retail sales data boosted confidence in the US economy.
Tokyo stocks rose 0.62 percent after a rally on Wall Street and as the yen weakened against the dollar in response to upbeat US economic data.
The dollar held firm in Asia on Tuesday after solid retail sales data boosted confidence in the US economy.
Oil prices eased in Asian trade on Tuesday, but losses were limited as Russia-Ukraine tensions showed no sign of abating.
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