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South Africa's rand lost ground against the dollar after stronger than expected US nonfarm payrolls data.
US stocks rose modestly after an unexpectedly strong payrolls report in February.
South African stocks ended a see-saw session virtually unchanged, pulling back from record high set earlier in the day.
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Britain's top share index fell again after rebounding from two-week lows in the previous session.
A semblance of calm returned to world markets on Wednesday after two days of intense volatility as the United States and Russia were set to hold talks on easing East-West tension in Ukraine.
Hong Kong shares sank, led by cyclical counters, as China set a lower target for growth.
South Africa's rand was little changed after strengthening more than 1 percent against the dollar the previous day.
Russian shares fell again and the rouble slipped towards record lows as investors remained wary about a standoff between Russia and Ukraine in Crimea.
The S&P 500 closed at a record on Tuesday as concerns about a confrontation between Russia and Ukraine eased.
Asian stocks jumped and the safe-haven yen licked its wounds after a sharp tumble on Wednesday.
US stocks rallied, with the S&P 500 at a record high, as fears of a confrontation between Russia and Ukraine eased.
South African stocks rebounded after losing ground in the previous session.
The rand gained more than 1 percent against the US dollar.
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