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US stock index futures were flat and pointed to a lower open after three days of gains on Wall Street.
The leaders of South Africa's striking mining union and the chief executives of the world's three biggest platinum producers.
Hong Kong shares finished slightly higher in the lowest trading volume since mid-February, as investors geared up for the Easter holiday.
Union, platinum bosses in fresh talks
Rand, bonds hold steady
SA stocks rise as miners advance
Rand bounces back after Chinese data
Rand softer as fears weigh
More South Africa
Rand, bonds hold steady
South Africa's rand firmed within a recent range, trading sideways for a second session.
US dollar holds steady
Dollar looks solid in Asia
Platinum strike widens global deficit
Oil prices advance on weak dollar
Gold steadies, but pressures remain
Oil mixed after weak Chinese data
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Nigeria's naira currency firmed to its strongest in 11 weeks against the dollar on the interbank market.
Oil prices fell after weak Chinese trada data, but losses were curbed by upbeat US demand and lingering doubts about the full resumption of Libyan exports, analysts said.
US stock index futures were little changed, after the S&P 500 notched its biggest gain in over a month, as investors digested the opening round of earnings season and looked to data on the labour market.
Britain's top share index gave away early gains, led down by retailer Marks & Spencer.
Greece's stunning return to the bond market buoyed European fixed income assets.
Equities rose as markets took heart from minutes of the Federal Reserve's March meeting.
Asian markets rose, taking their lead from a Wall Street rally after minutes from the US Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting showed no support for an early rise in interest rates.
Hong Kong shares ended at their highest in more than three months.
Britain's top share index rose, with investors' risk appetite rising after minutes of the US central bank's latest policy meeting suggested it would be more cautious in raising rates than expected.
South Africa's rand scaled new 2014 peaks, extending gains from the previous session.
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