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US stocks edge higher helped by energy shares

Sep 28 2016 16:12

US stocks have opened modestly higher, helped by a rebound in oil shares, but sports gear giant Nike sank after sales data pointed to a weaker coming quarter.


Steinhoff, Naspers shine as JSE stages modest rally

Sep 28 2016 14:11

Share prices on the JSE have risen on a broad front in response to a recovery on European markets, as the prospects of a banking crisis diminished somewhat.

International Markets

European stocks rise as oil sub-$45

Sep 28 2016 13:55

European stocks have risen with US equity index futures as oil stabilized below $45 a barrel before major producers meet to discuss output constraints in Algiers.

International Markets

Most emerging stocks decline before oil talks

Sep 28 2016 09:43

Most emerging-market stocks have fallen, led by financial and energy companies, as investors awaited a meeting of major oil producers seeking an output deal.


Dollar halts two-day decline before durable goods

Sep 28 2016 09:32

A gauge of the dollar has halted a two-day decline as investors awaited a report on durable goods orders to assess the outlook for US rates.


JSE loses ground as European markets reverse course

Sep 27 2016 14:10

The JSE has dipped after European markets reversed course mid-morning, as weakness in banks once again weighed on markets.

International Markets

Emerging-market assets climb after debate

Sep 27 2016 09:38

Emerging-market currencies have climbed for the first time in three days as stocks gained after the first of three televised US presidential debates.


Yen drops as traders give first round to Clinton

Sep 27 2016 09:19

The yen has fallen from a one-month high as demand for havens declined after the first US presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.


SHARE WATCH: Interesting company results

Sep 27 2016 07:25

Overberg Asset Management analyst Kirk Swart looks at shares that released interesting results in this week's five shares to watch.

International Markets

US shares open lower on profit-taking

Sep 26 2016 18:06

Stocks have opened lower on Wall Street as traders took profits after last week's surge, opting to wait for new signals on the strength of the economy.

International Markets

US stock futures fall within European shares amid bank anxiety

Sep 26 2016 15:35

US stock-index futures have fallen, tracking declines in European shares spurred by weakness in banks, a meeting between major oil producers this week.


Steep drop on JSE in line with global markets

Sep 26 2016 13:21

Share prices on the JSE have been sharply lower, following a steep drop in European markets and a global downward trajectory.

International Markets

Global stocks: Fed-fueled equity rally fades

Sep 26 2016 09:34

World stocks have mostly slid as investors paused for breath following a global rally fueled by relief that US and Japanese central banks decided to maintain easy-money policies.

International Markets

Asian markets drop as Fed rally vanishes

Sep 26 2016 09:29

Asian markets have dropped at the start of the new trading week, picking up where they left off after last week's Fed-inspired rally ran out of steam.

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