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Jan 14 2013 09:30 I-Net Bridge

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Johannesburg - Foreigners were net sellers of R302.664m of South African bonds including repo transactions on Friday after net purchases of R1.355bn of local bonds on Thursday‚ data from the JSE shows.

Nominal cumulative volume was R53.768bn on Friday from R56.208bn on Thursday.

Foreigners were net sellers of R513.589m of local bonds excluding repo transactions on Friday after net purchases of R1.830bn of local bonds on Thursday.

For the year to date foreigners are net buyers of R4.647bn of local bonds‚ excluding repo transactions. In 2012 foreigners bought a net R93.515bn of local bonds‚ excluding repo transactions.

So far this year‚ foreigners are net buyers of R4.258bn of local bonds including repo transactions.

In 2012 non residents were net buyers of R85.373bn of local bonds including repo transactions.

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