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Oil prices rose in Asia on Wednesday as dealers waited for the latest US stockpiles report.
The euro came close to cracking on Wednesday as speculation of further policy stimulus in the euro zone drove bond yields to all-time lows and lifted Asian stoc...
American stocks edged higher on Tuesday to lift the S&P 500 just a hair above the 2 000 mark.
Sunflower drops to 2 1/2-year low
Sunflower seeds in South Africa fell to the lowest level in more than 2 1/2 years in Johannesburg as maize also dropped.
Rand under pressure
Rand trading in tight range
Assore shares fall, iron ore prices d ...
Rand pauses after four-session slide
More South Africa
Europe to gain yuan payments share
Europe now represents 10 percent by value of global payments in China's currency, transactions organisation SWIFT said.
Dollar firms after Yellen’s speech
US dollar rises to 11-month high
Dollar flatlines ahead of Yellen
Oil up ahead of stockpiles report
Sunflower drops to 2 1/2-year low
Oil prices climb on tensions
Nairobi Securities Exchange's profit ...
Oil up in Asian trade
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Hong Kong shares ended at more than six-year highs, in a catch-up to strong global markets and buoyed by strength in property companies.
Global stocks rose and core bonds barely moved on renewed investor appetite for risk.
European shares rose to extend the previous session's rally, with Germany's DAX index outperforming, driven by what traders saw as an easing of tension in the Ukraine crisis.
The dollar held steady in Asia on Tuesday as concerns over a Ukrainian clash with Russia eased.
Asian stocks followed Wall Street higher on Tuesday, while the dollar got some help from a rebound in US Treasury yields.
Oil prices rebounded in Asia on Tuesday on bargain-hunting after tumbling on easing concerns about conflicts in Ukraine and Iraq.
American stocks surged on Monday, with the Nasdaq closing at a 14-year high as increasing homebuilder confidence and hopes for receding tensions in Russia gave investors reasons to make bigger bets on the equity market. Read Story
South Africa's rand weakened against the US dollar, pulling further away from its 10.50 resistance level.
South African stocks posted a second straight session of gains led by the world's top platinum mining companies.
Palladium futures climbed to a 13-year high on concern that global supplies will trail demand for the metal used in pollution-control devices in cars, exacerbating a deficit.
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