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The pound weakened from a two-year high against the dollar as Bank of England policy maker Martin Weale said there has been a “sharp and unexpected”...
Financial markets gave a cautious thumbs-up to a provisional budget deal that should end the threat of the US government shutting down again in the coming month...
US stock index futures edged lower as a provisional budget deal reached in Washington compounded expectations the Federal Reserve will start scaling back its st...
Production data lifts rand to week hi ...
The rand gained to its strongest in nearly a week after upbeat mining and manufacturing data improved economic growth prospects for Africa's l ...
JSE stocks decline
Rand outpaces emerging currency gains
Wheat futures decline
JSE to get first black chair
More South Africa
UK pound falls from two-year high
The pound weakened from a two-year high against the dollar as Bank of England policy maker Martin Weale said there has been a “sharp and ...
Dollar mixed in Asian trade
Production data lifts rand to week hi ...
Rand advances as foreigners continue ...
Oil edges lower in Asia
Oil prices edged lower in Asian trade with few leads to spur fresh market movement.
Oil prices rebound
Oil rebounds in Asia
Copper steady on upbeat US, China dat ...
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Ukraine's debt yields traded around record highs as ministers in Kiev successfully passed protester blockades.
Hong Kong shares eased further away from a 31-month high, with risk sentiment hurt by renewed talk about a looming tapering of asset purchases by the US Federal Reserve.
Japanese shares fell, with the Topix index dropping the most in more than a month, after the yen halted a four-day slide against the dollar.
South Africa's rand was trading near three-week lows as a wider-than-expected current account deficit hit investor confidence in Africa's biggest economy.
South Africa said it will make its emergency weather warning systems more credible among farmers after drought reduced the country’s white maize harvest.
The dollar turned up in Asia on Wednesday after suffering losses in New York.
The Dow and the S&P 500 fell for a third straight day on Tuesday, dropping from record levels in a broad decline as investors took profits amid signs of a weak holiday shopping season.
Most Asian shares slumped on Wednesday as the prospects of a reduction in the US Federal Reserve's stimulus early next year prompted investors to cash in gains.
Oil prices extended gains in Asian trade on Wednesday on news that part of a major US pipeline could open next month and ease oversupplied inventories.
Stocks in the US and Europe fell for a third day, while 10-year Treasuries halted a two-day slump.
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