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Britain's FTSE 100 share index suffered its biggest one-day drop in a year.
The rand halted its longest losing streak against the dollar in 25 years after the benchmark rate was maintained.
South African stocks fell sharply, logging their biggest drop in nearly two years, as miners slid.
Rand firms as SARB holds rate
JSE's Top-40 index drops
JSE Top-40 index drops over 2%
Rand nosedive worst after Syria
Rand in longest retreat for 25 years
More South Africa
Yen jumps with franc amid signs
Rand touches new 4-year lows
Oil falls on small drop in supplies
The price of oil fell near $94 a barrel on Wednesday as US crude oil supplies fell less than expected and demand for gasoline remained weak. ...
SA maize gains
SA maize output forecast to fall
Oil slips after supply data
Platinum buying quickens
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Rand touched fresh four-year lows against dollar as mining strife weighed on sentiment.
The dollar eased in Asia on Monday after a Japanese minister said the recent correction against the yen was nearly over.
The yen pulled up from a four-and-a-half-year low against the dollar on Monday after Japan's economics minister said a further steady drop in the yen could have negative effects on households.
Even before the first drops flow, Uganda's oil sector is beset by bribery allegations against officials.
Britain's top share index hit fresh five and a half year highs, as banks were buoyed by an upgrade.
The dollar soared against a basket of currencies, reaching a nearly three-year peak.
South African stocks ended slightly lower, snapping a four-day winning streak.
South African soybean futures advanced to a four-week high.
Copper rose for a second day, supported by tentative signs of better metals demand in top consumer China.
US stocks opened higher and were on track for their fourth straight week.
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