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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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Hong Kong shares rose, thanks to the strength of mainland stocks as investors plowed into blue chips.
South Africa's rand edged weaker against the US dollar after climbing to a two-month high the previous session.
Asian stock markets edged broadly higher on Thursday after a surprisingly strong reading on Chinese manufacturing bolstered hopes for recovery in the world's second-biggest economy.
American stocks ended mostly higher on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 closing at a record on Apple's bullish results.
South Africa's rand rallied to a two-month high against the US dollar, caught up in an emerging markets rally and extending gains after local inflation data.
Kenya’s stock exchange will be valued at 1.84 billion shillings (R221 million) after listing its shares in an initial public offering.
The S&P 500 hit a record high, lifted by bullish earnings from companies like Apple and Microsoft.
Wheat in South Africa dropped to the lowest level in almost nine months after a survey showed that the nation will probably increase the area planted with the grain.
Emerging-market currencies from South Africa’s rand to Turkey’s lira and Indonesia’s rupiah are benefiting from the crisis in Ukraine as investors move funds out of Russia and into other high-yielding mar...
Britain's top share index steadied, as tensions between the West and Russia and the conflict in Gaza made investors cautious.
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