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Global equity markets and the dollar rode a rebound in risk appetite, lifting the S&P 500 to a record high.
South Africa's rand firmed against the dollar, taking impetus from benign US inflation numbers and reports that striking metalworkers were mulling a new wage de...
South African stocks gained smartly after stumbling in the previous session as risk appetite returned to global markets.
Rand on steady after US inflation
South Africa's rand firmed against the dollar, taking impetus from benign US inflation numbers and reports that striking metalworkers were mul ...
JSE stocks rebound as tensions abate
Rand holds its own
JSE stocks end lower
Maize falls for first time in 5 days
More South Africa
European stocks up on easing MH17 fea ...
Rand holds onto post rate-hike gains
Rand, bonds firmer in post-MPC glow
Oil prices rise
Oil prices rose on geopolitical tensions fuelled by a warning of tougher sanctions against Russia and fierce fighting in Gaza.
Palladium poised for record year
Oil rises in Asian trade
Investors swap grains for metals
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Russian markets took a further tumble after the crash of a Malaysian plane in rebel-held east Ukraine dramatically raised tensions between the Kremlin and the West.
New types of long-term investors and flexible, “go-anywhere” investing styles are helping transform emerging markets.
US stocks are opening higher after Google, Honeywell and other big companies report their quarterly results.
Global stock markets slid after the crash of a Malaysian Airlines jet which killed nearly 300 people over rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
US stock index futures rose modestly, putting the S&P 500 on track to bounce from its biggest decline since April 10.
Emerging-market stocks dropped the most in three weeks.
Tokyo stocks closed 1.01 percent lower as the crash of a Malaysia Airlines plane in rebel-held eastern Ukraine sent jitters through the market.
Hong Kong shares ended lower, tracking losses in global markets.
South Africa's rand pulled back from a week low against the dollar after news of a Malaysian airplane being shot down over Ukraine pushed the currency lower.
American stocks sank on Thursday, with the S&P 500 posting its biggest one-day percentage drop since April 10 on news that a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet crashed near the Ukraine-Russia border.
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