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Rand range-bound ahead of Yellen speech

Aug 22 2014 09:35

The rand has traded in a tight range, holding onto previous session's gains ahead of a speech by the Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen.

Currencies

Rand pauses after four-session slide

Aug 21 2014 10:06

The rand has been largely unchanged, recovering after four sessions of losses but still unable to shake off the negative economic outfall of a banking downgrade.

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Rand continues downward trend

Aug 20 2014 17:59

The rand has recorded a fourth straight day of losses against the dollar, pressured by the downgrade of the country's four largest banks and stubbornly high inflation.

Economy

Rand biggest risk to inflation

Aug 20 2014 17:15

Inflation is expected to remain above the South African Reserve Bank's 6% upper target range for the rest of the year, warns Nedbank.

Currencies

Rand hits week low after bank downgrades

Aug 20 2014 09:48

The rand has fallen to its weakest level in a week as a ratings downgrade of four top banks hit local sentiment.

Currencies

Dollar rises in Asia on upbeat US data

Aug 20 2014 07:37

The dollar has extended its gains in Asia after an encouraging surge in US housing construction boosted optimism over the state of the world's number one economy.

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