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South African stocks fell in line with lower global markets as uncertainty mounted about US monetary policy.
South Africa's rand fell by over half a percent against the dollar, failing to gain momentum from a surprise narrowing of the country's trade deficit.
US stocks slumped in a broad decline, with the Dow and S&P 500 turning negative for July.
JSE stocks fall, Sappi hit by sale wo ...
Rand weaker despite smaller trade def ...
Rand softer ahead of trade data
Wheat falls for first time in five se ...
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South Africa's rand fell by over half a percent against the dollar, failing to gain momentum from a surprise narrowing of the country's trade ...
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Nigeria’s clampdown spurs naira gains
Oil extends losses in Asian trade
Oil prices tumbled further in Asia on Thursday as concerns eased that fresh Western sanctions on Russia over Ukraine would have an immediate i ...
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US stock index futures rose on hopes for an easing of tensions in Ukraine and as a cascade of earnings landed.
Wall Street stocks opened higher on a stream of generally solid earnings reports that suggest the US economy is continuing to pick up momentum.
Oil prices rose on geopolitical tensions fuelled by a warning of tougher sanctions against Russia and fierce fighting in Gaza.
Hong Kong's benchmark index jumped to its highest in nearly 7-1/2 months.
Europe's main stock markets rose as investors welcomed news that pro-Russian rebels had handed over the black boxes from downed flight MH17, easing concerns over the disaster.
Palladium will reach its highest yearly price on record this year and could top that in 2015, a Reuters poll showed.
South Africa's rand traded virtually unchanged against the dollar, with market watchers expecting the currency to stay in narrow ranges given a lack of significant news to steer it.
Oil prices rose in Asia on Tuesday against the backdrop of geopolitical tensions in Ukraine and the Gaza Strip.
Asian stocks edged up in early trading on Tuesday, though the upside was capped by lingering concerns about the Ukraine crisis and violence in Gaza.
American stocks slipped on Monday as investors remained cautious about instability in Ukraine and Gaza.
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