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South Africa’s rand declined for a second day on speculation the Federal Reserve will start reducing monetary stimulus.
The dollar was mixed in cautious Asian trade on Thursday ahead of next week's US Federal Reserve policy meeting.
Oil prices eased in Asian trade on Thursday on a mixed US inventory report indicating tepid demand.
Rand weakens for second day
Production data lifts rand to week hi ...
JSE stocks decline
Rand outpaces emerging currency gains
Wheat futures decline
More South Africa
Dollar mixed in Asia
UK pound falls from two-year high
Dollar mixed in Asian trade
Libyan supply concerns weigh on oil
Oil edges lower in Asia
Oil prices rebound
Oil rebounds in Asia
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South Africa's rand steadied against the US dollar, looking vulnerable at the start of the week after rand weakness moved back from key support around 10.50.
The dollar was mixed in Asia on Monday after a solid US jobs report for November boosted the chances of an early pullback on the Federal Reserve's stimulus programme.
Most Asian share markets marched higher on Monday, energised by upbeat Chinese trade data and a weaker yen.
Oil prices rose in Asian trade on Monday as robust US jobs data boosted hopes for stronger energy demand.
Copper edged up as tightening near-term supply kept the metal underpinned.
Gold rose, regaining some ground after sharp losses the previous day, but was still on course for a weekly loss.
US stock index futures advanced, putting the S&P 500 on track to halt a five-session losing streak.
South African stocks edged up and other markets were unshaken by the death of Nelson Mandela.
Financial markets were in a state of suspended animation as tension mounted ahead of jobs data.
European stocks snapped their longest losing streak in six months, boosted by Swiss food firm Nestle.
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