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South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar as risk appetite dissipated along with escalating tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
The South African government plans to raise at least $500 million (R5.3 billion) in its first issue of Islamic bonds.
Yellow maize in South Africa fell to the lowest price in more than three years in Johannesburg.
Rand hit in emerging market sell-off
SA's plans R5.3bn debut Islamic bond
Yellow maize drops to three-year low
Platinum producers weigh on JSE stock ...
SA to begin marketing first Islamic b ...
More South Africa
Rand seen firmer
Greenback weaker in Asian trade
Rand buoyed by emerging market appeti ...
Europe to gain yuan payments share
Yellow maize drops to three-year low
Oil edges lower in Asia
Wheat crop may fall to smallest since ...
Gold edges higher as dollar retreats
Oil up ahead of stockpiles report
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Gold rebounded from a two-month low as investors awaited Fed speeches.
Prices fell amid downbeat Chinese data and low likelihood of supply disruptions.
The dollar was steady on Friday after its strongest weekly run since March.
The London Stock Exchange Group's net profits surged by nearly 50 percent in Q1.
Shares flat in early trading as investors became cautious ahead of US Fed speech.
The rand traded in a tight range on Friday, holding onto the previous session's gains.
Index of shares neared six-and-half-year peak on Friday and was poised for more gain.
Oil prices edged lower in Asia on Friday as dealers digested downbeat Chinese manufacturing data.
The dollar maintained its strength in Asia on Friday as investors awaited a speech by the US Federal Reserve chief.
An index of Asian shares neared a six-and-half-year peak on Friday and was poised for a weekly gain.
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