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The rand traded largely flat against the US dollar in a lacklustre session due to a holiday in the United States.
European markets advanced despite the conflict in Ukraine, focusing on whether the European Central Bank will announce plans for economic stimulus when it meets...
South African stocks ticked higher, as Bidvest Holdings advanced after the industrial conglomerate said it could list its food unit in London, a potential windf...
Rand treads narrow path
JSE stocks advance as Bidvest jumps
Yellow maize resumes decline
Rand trades slightly weaker within ra ...
Rand softer as trade deficit piles pr ...
More South Africa
Rand weakens as Ukraine tension simme ...
Greenback slips against the yen
Yellow maize resumes decline
Yellow maize has resumed its decline in Johannesburg to a three-year low.
Oil mixed in Asian trade
Gold steadies as stocks turn lower
Yellow maize rises for first day in f ...
Oil prices rise in Asian trade
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American stocks edged lower on Thursday after the latest tension between Ukraine and Russia snapped the focus of investors back to the volatile region.
Oil prices rose in Asia on Friday, supported by renewed Russia-Ukraine tensions and upbeat US economic data.
Asian shares slumped in early trading on Friday after flaring Ukraine tensions ruined investors' appetite for risk.
The euro clung to modest gains and a rally in Europe's share and bond markets cooled as investors put bets on possible fresh ECB stimulus next week on hold ahead of German inflation data.
European shares took a sharp tumble as accusations by Ukraine that Russia had moved troops across the border brought a three-day global rally in risk assets to a shuddering halt.
US stocks fell after Ukraine's president said Russian forces had been brought into his country, bringing concerns over the volatile region back into focus and overshadowing some positive economic data.
South African stocks were on the back foot, dragged lower by platinum miners after the world's second-biggest producer Impala posted a sharp fall in earnings in the aftermath of a five-month strike.
Yellow maize in South Africa fell to the lowest price in more than three years in Johannesburg.
The South African government plans to raise at least $500 million (R5.3 billion) in its first issue of Islamic bonds.
South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar as risk appetite dissipated along with escalating tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
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