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South Africa's rand lost ground against the dollar after stronger than expected US nonfarm payrolls data.
US stocks rose modestly after an unexpectedly strong payrolls report in February.
South African stocks ended a see-saw session virtually unchanged, pulling back from record high set earlier in the day.
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South Africa's rand weakened against the dollar as the threat of war in Ukraine weighed on investor sentiment.
The targets South Africa says it needs to meet to put the economy on track to create more jobs may prove elusive, at least in the medium term.
Senior official says daily oil exports shot up to 2.8 million barrels in February.
South Africa's rand softened against the dollar after the revenue service reported a wider-than-expected trade deficit for January, pointing to pressure on the current account in the first quarter of the year.
US stocks rose as some positive economic data boosted the S&P 500 to record levels for a second straight day.
Wall Street stocks opened little changed after the Commerce Department lowered its estimate of fourth-quarter US economic growth.
Wheat in South Africa fell for a fourth day in Johannesburg.
US stock index futures dipped on Friday, with investors reluctant to make big bets after the S&P 500 closed at a record and ahead of closely watched data on economic growth.
Ukraine's central bank will limit foreign currency withdrawals from banking deposits to 15,000 hryvnia ($1,500) per day.
The rand gained and is headed for the biggest monthly advance since December 2012.
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