Emerging equities rise, though uncertainty over global central banks' policy trajectory kept the pressure on, with many currencies staying in the red.
Gold snaps a four-day losing streak after the Fed defused traders’ fears that the US may raise interest rates imminently.
The dollar was on the defensive on Tuesday as markets remained hostage to seesawing speculation on the outlook for US rates.
Asian stocks rose on Tuesday, boosted as Wall Street rallied overnight.
American stocks racked up their strongest gain in two months on Monday after Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard ...
OPEC raises its forecast of oil supplies from non-member countries in 2017 as new fields come online.
South African stocks fell the most since June 27 on Monday as commodity prices dropped.
US stocks have climbed many walls of worry as they marched to fresh all-time highs in 2016.
The dollar wobbled, but the safe-haven yen benefited from a broad drop in equities on Monday.
Investors were rattled by rising bond yields and talk that the Federal Reserve might be serious about lifting US interest rates as early as next week.
A battle for market share between oil producers has left the world awash with stocks of unwanted crude and driven a collapse in prices.
Investors scared by the sell-off in emerging markets earlier this year have not only dipped their toes back into the water — they've jumped right in.
South Africa's rand extended losses against the dollar to more than 1 percent on Friday.
European stocks fall and bond yields rise, driven by German trade figures that cast doubt on the strength of the euro zone's largest economy.
Doubts over Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's tenure and uncertainty in global markets hit the rand on Friday morning.