Oil prices steady as markets recovered from their initial shock at US President-elect Donald Trump's surprise victory.
The rand recovered slightly on Thursday morning as riskier assets stabilised in the wake of Donald Trump's election upset.
Oil prices reversed some early losses to push higher on Thursday as markets recovered from Donald Trump's shock poll victory.
America's dollar climbed to nearly four-month highs against the yen as investors bet on a Fed rate hike in December.
Donald Trump's presidency is tantamount to sailing into unchartered waters, hence the search for asset classes viewed as safe havens.
With Donald Trump winning the US presidential election, OPEC may have to battle a sourer outlook for the global economy.
Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election set off a tidal wave of selling across emerging markets.
Gold pulls back from its biggest jump since Britain's Brexit vote as turmoil across financial markets ease following Donald Trump's surprise victory.
Shortly before midday on Wednesday, South Africa's rand was trading at 13.5850 to the dollar.
Oil prices fell below $46 per barrel as news of Donald Trump's election win sparked concern over economic and political turmoil.
From Australian interest rates to Turkish equities, no market was untouched by Donald Trump's election upset.
Donald Trump's supporters on Wall Street clinked their glasses in celebration while critics drowned their sorrows nearby.
South Africa's rand falls the most in four weeks as traders dump all but the safest assets after Donald Trump's poll showing.
South Africa's rand tumbled as much as four percent early on Wednesday as markets digested Donald Trump's election performance.
Donald Trump's march towards the White House has Mexico's currency on the back foot in a big way.