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South Africa's rand lost further ground against the dollar, slumping for the ninth straight session.
South African stocks closed at record highs, undaunted by simmering labour tension in Africa's largest economy.
US stocks were little changed in early trading with Home Depot at a record high and buoying the blue-chips.
Rand worst losing streak since 2008
JSE stocks at record highs
Platinum buying quickens
Rand slumps to 4-year low
Union brinkmanship pushes rand to fou ...
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Strike concerns pressure the rand
Rand weaker, hits new four-year low
Rand drops to lowest in four years
Platinum buying quickens
Demand for platinum and palladium is strengthening as mining companies curb supply.
Oil rises on falling dollar
Mergers await SA platinum industry
Gold heads for longest slide in 4yr
Gold stocks fall after wage demands
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Even before the first drops flow, Uganda's oil sector is beset by bribery allegations against officials.
Britain's top share index hit fresh five and a half year highs, as banks were buoyed by an upgrade.
The dollar soared against a basket of currencies, reaching a nearly three-year peak.
South African stocks ended slightly lower, snapping a four-day winning streak.
South African soybean futures advanced to a four-week high.
Copper rose for a second day, supported by tentative signs of better metals demand in top consumer China.
US stocks opened higher and were on track for their fourth straight week.
US stock index futures rose, indicating the S&P 500 will rebound from its worst decline in nearly three weeks.
Britain's FTSE edged higher in volatile trade, as demand to buy the index on options expiry day helped counteract early weakness.
Gold fell for a seventh straight session - its longest losing streak in four years.
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