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The yen rose in Asia on Monday as the tension in Ukraine’s Crimea region flared.
Asian stocks slid on Monday and the dollar stepped back from its recent highs as disappointing Chinese trade data and uncertainty over the crisis in Ukraine kep...
Oil prices eased in Asian trade on Monday as weak Chinese trade data stoked concerns over demand.
Rand falls after US jobs data
South Africa's rand lost ground against the dollar after stronger than expected US nonfarm payrolls data.
JSE main stock index ends flat
SA grains rise as Ukraine concern
Rand holds steady against dollar
Looming power blackouts undermine ran ...
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Safe-haven yen rises in Asia
Rand falls after US jobs data
US dollar stuck in tight range
Oil eases in Asian trade
Oil prices up on US jobs
RBCT exports 4.5m tonnes of coal
Oil mixed after demand data
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Manufacturers across Europe and Asia changed down a gear last month.
The rising threat of war between Ukraine and Russia spooked markets and sent investors scurrying for relative safety.
Russia's central bank sold up to $10 billion, or 2 percent of its gold and foreign exchange reserves.
Platinum stockpiles built to weather a strike at the world’s three largest producers of the metal may run out.
US stock index futures tumbled, alongside other risk assets, as Ukraine and Russia mobilised for war.
South Africa has started importing yellow maize, traders said, as huge export demand and local consumption deplete stocks before the next harvest.
Hong Kong shares suffered their biggest one-day loss in a month.
“Hysteria” on Russian markets will subside because of Central Bank interventions to support the rouble, a senior official said.
Investors are marking Russia and Nigeria, where current account surpluses and reserves are slowly eroding, as the next likely victim of the rolling emerging market crisis, as well as a “double deficit club” of ...
Fears of full-fledged Russia-Ukraine war reverberated across emerging markets, with the hardest hit taken by Moscow.
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