South Africa's rand continues its recovery from a Brexit-linked slump on Monday morning.
Crude prices edged up in Asia on Monday, building on recent gains.
Asian shares shrugged off early losses and edged higher on Monday.
The Australian dollar got off to a rocky start on Monday on heightened political uncertainty at home.
Many US investors are focusing on what they see as an immediate, virtual certainty - that the Federal Reserve will not raise ...
Gold climbed for a fifth week and silver surged to the highest price since September 2014 on Friday.
South Africa’s currency is still feeling the ripples of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
South Africa posts biggest trade surplus since at least 1996 in May as exports of precious metals and stones surge.
Unambiguously dovish comments from the Bank of England abruptly ended the pound’s tentative recovery.
Asian stocks rose on Friday as risk appetite continued to recover from last week's Brexit shock.
American stocks gained on Thursday as Britain's central bank raised the prospect of stimulus.
Global stocks are set for their worst monthly performance since January, with renewed concerns over global growth.
UBS cuts its year-end target for the FTSE 100, citing political uncertainty in Britain following its vote to leave the European Union.
The rand may extend a two-day rally after SA's approval of AB InBev’s takeover of SABMiller is seen triggering foreign-exchange inflows.
South Africa's rand dips against the dollar on Thursday morning amid a slowing recovering by emerging assets.