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US stocks fell for a third day, putting indexes on track for their first negative week since mid-April.
Emerging stocks and currencies posted modest gains after reassurances the US Fed would not hastily withdraw policy stimulus.
European shares edged lower, dragged down by heavyweight bank HSBC.
Rand weakens as labour unrest weighs
The rand weakened, extending its third week of declines, on concern labor unrest will curb growth.
Rand steadies but could resume weakne ...
China, US disappoint markets
Rand firms as SARB holds rate
JSE's Top-40 index drops
More South Africa
Yen jumps with franc amid signs
Rand nosedive worst after Syria
Copper was little changed as investors weighed the potential impact on metals demand.
Gold steadies near $1,390/oz
Oil erases early losses
Oil falls on small drop in supplies
SA maize gains
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European shares fell from multi-year highs, with luxury goods stocks among the worst performers.
The yen edged down against the dollar and euro in Asia after Japan posted its worst ever April trade deficit.
The dollar hovered near a three-year high and German debt yields eased.
US stock index futures rose, ahead of highly anticipated Congressional testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Tokyo stocks climbed 1.60 percent to close at their highest level in more than five years.
South Africa is expected to slightly lower its 2013 maize output forecast, a Reuters survey showed.
Hong Kong shares fell further from a 3-1/2-month high, with Chinese power producers extending losses.
South Africa's stocks opened at a fresh lifetime high as a weaker rand currency helped boost some exporters.
The rand gained, snapping its longest losing streak in a year, after inflation outpaced economist estimates in April.
The price of oil fell on Tuesday as investors waited for the Federal Reserve's latest views on the US economy.
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