The rand gains the most among emerging-market currencies and bonds advance, driving yields to seven-month lows.
European shares are on track for a fourth straight day of gains and the safe-haven yen breaks below its post-Brexit low.
Iron ore will probably decline this quarter on strong volumes from Australia and Brazil and weak downstream demand.
Citigroup says that while the bear market in oil is now over, a bull market hasn’t yet begun.
Macadamia nuts producers, Green Farm Nut Company (GFNC), predicted that production would double in the next five to seven ...
Cocoa prices may have climbed to a 39-year high, but for once chocolate makers have been spared.
Oil drops to a two-month low after US producers deploy the most rigs since April, signaling that output losses that trimmed a global glut may slow.
South Africa’s rand holds its ground against the dollar on Monday morning.
SA’s rand has little chance of strengthening in the next year due to the government’s populist policies, warns financial analyst.
The greenback steadied against the safe-haven yen on Monday thanks to an improvement in investors' appetite for riskier assets.
Asian share markets enjoyed a relief rally on Monday as upbeat US jobs data lessened concerns about the health of the world's largest economy.
Gold heads for its first back-to-back daily drop since the UK’s Brexit vote as investors focus on a US jobs report.
Oil rebounds in Asia on Friday after tanking nearly five percent on Thursday on renewed supply concerns.
South Africa’s rand trades firmer on Friday after taking advantage of a slip by the dollar.
The dollar edged down against most major currencies in Asian trade on Friday, but remained on track for a weekly gain.