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The rouble dropped to its lowest in more than two months amid expectations Russia will soon be hit by more sanctions.
US stock index futures edged higher following better-than-expected results from companies such as Pfizer and Merck.
Taiwan's maize industry procurement association MFIG has purchased 50,000 tonnes of corn to be sourced from South Africa.
Taiwan buys SA maize for import
Rand slips ahead of data
Rand firms against US dollar
JSE stocks rebound, led by Naspers
Rand bubbles to top
More South Africa
Rand slips ahead of data
South Africa's rand traded on the backfoot against the US dollar with an end to a month-long strike in the metals sector failing to stem a sli ...
Dollar steady ahead of Fed meeting
Rand steady, could soften on trade da ...
Oil dips in Asian trade
Wheat rises for second day
SA maize estimate seen slightly highe ...
Oil pressured by gasoline inventories
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Most emerging-market stocks fell as Russian shares slumped the most in eastern Europe.
Investors are slowly being drawn back into commodities, attracted by stronger global economic growth and more volatility within sub-sectors, typified by current investment flows out of grains into industrial metals.
US stock index futures edged lower as developments in Ukraine and Middle East looked to dominate trading amid a thin economic calendar.
Hong Kong shares sagged, though the Macau gambling sector regained momentum following losses last week stemming from a corruption probe and disappointing earnings.
European stock markets fell across the board, concerned by an escalation in tensions between Russia and the West.
European stocks fell, hit by a drop in German stocks as sensitivity to tension in Ukraine mounted.
Britain's top equity index fell as tobacco stocks were hit by a multi-billion-dollar fine against US rival RJ Reynolds.
South Africa's rand held steady against the dollar, starting the week with a firmer tone.
Oil prices slipped in Asian trade on Monday, but analysts said they were supported by concerns of an escalation of the Ukraine crisis.
Asian stocks were a fraction firmer on Monday as investors set aside geopolitical concerns for the moment to focus on the generally upbeat flow of US corporate earnings.
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