South Africa’s rand finds firmer footing against the dollar on Tuesday morning.
As markets tumbled after Britain’s EU vote, foreigners bought South African shares at the fastest pace in more than seven years.
World oil prices rebounded in Asia on Tuesday, but tremors from Britain's shocking EU vote weighed on sentiment.
Britain’s sterling clawed back some ground on Tuesday as risk aversion eased slightly.
Asia’s emerging market currencies regained some footing on Tuesday and crude oil bounced as investors scooped up beaten-down assets.
Wall Street tumbled again on Monday, sending major US stock indexes to their worst two-day swoon in about 10 months.
Emerging-market stocks and currencies fall for a second day as Britain’s decision to exit the European Union roils markets.
The big question for pound traders may have been answered, but the outlook for the currency is murkier than ever.
Investors are concerned that Britain’s decision to leave the EU will trigger a rate cut by the Bank of England.
Oil prices enjoyed a modest rebound in Asian trade on Monday despite lingering market volatility.
European shares fell on Monday, but the Madrid market rose after Spain's election.
The Hang Seng Index slipped 0.2 percent on Monday, while the China Enterprises Index gained 0.4 percent.
South Africa’s volatile rand weakened against the dollar in early trade on Monday.
Britain’s currency gets hammered as traders forecast months of uncertainty following the nation’s decision to leave the EU.
Asian stocks fell on Monday as markets struggled to shake off deep uncertainty sparked by Britain's decision to leave the EU.