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South African stocks fell in line with lower global markets as uncertainty mounted about US monetary policy.
South Africa's rand fell by over half a percent against the dollar, failing to gain momentum from a surprise narrowing of the country's trade deficit.
US stocks slumped in a broad decline, with the Dow and S&P 500 turning negative for July.
JSE stocks fall, Sappi hit by sale wo ...
Rand softer despite trade deficit
Rand softer ahead of trade data
Wheat falls for first time in five se ...
Data expected to weigh on rand
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Rand softer despite trade deficit
South Africa's rand fell by over half a percent against the dollar, failing to gain momentum from a surprise narrowing of the country's trade ...
Russian shares rebound
Nigeria’s clampdown spurs naira gains
Oil extends losses in Asian trade
Oil prices tumbled further in Asia on Thursday as concerns eased that fresh Western sanctions on Russia over Ukraine would have an immediate i ...
Wheat rallies to three-week high
Taiwan buys SA maize for import
Oil dips in Asian trade
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The dollar was little moved against the euro and yen on Tuesday as investors waited for the US Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting.
US stocks ended nearly flat on Monday as the latest deal news offset losses following discouraging data on the housing market.
World stock markets fell as new European sanctions against Moscow chilled the already frosty relationship with Russia.
South Africa's rand firmed against the dollar after union Numsa said its over 200,000 striking members had accepted a wage offer to end a four-week stoppage in the metals sector.
South African stocks rebounded from two straight sessions of falls, led by Naspers after the e-commerce firm's Chinese moneymaker won approval to set up a bank.
US stocks fell as weak data on the housing market and services sector were the latest indications of worsening economic conditions, taking the S&P 500 below a key support level.
Shares in Russia's Rosneft fell more than the broad MICEX index on Monday after an international court ordered Moscow to pay $51 billion for expropriating the assets of the now-defunct oil producer Yukos, most of which wer...
US stock index futures were little changed as investors looked ahead to the latest economic data and corporate earnings.
European stocks reversed early gains and dipped, adding to the previous session's losses.
Britain's main equity index was little changed, helped by solid results from consumer-goods company Reckitt Benckiser and strong data about Chinese corporate profits.
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