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SA stocks have ended slightly lower, snapping a four-day winning streak, dragged down partly by Anglo American Platinum which issued a profit warning.
Share prices on the JSE have started higher but then lost ground as the excitement around the massive capital injection into the eurozone’s economy wore off.
South African stocks have ended higher, extending their winning run to a fourth straight day with miners among the biggest gainers.
The JSE has continued on its upward trend in line with other world markets as the world awaits the outcome of an important meeting by the European Central Bank.
The JSE has been lifted on news that inflation dropped dramatically last month, as the market edged higher for the third day in a row on ECB stimulus hopes.
Share prices on the JSE have just managed to stay in the black, despite economic news on a wide front showing that worldwide growth is slowing down.
Technology giant Microsoft has launched Africa’s first commercial deployment of television white spaces internet broadband in Ghana.
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