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The improved sentiment on world markets has had a positive influence on the JSE, with the major indices up for the second consecutive day by midday.
The JSE has recovered from Monday’s sharp losses, but investors remain concerned about possible fallout from China jitters on the South African economy.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange has lost more than $1.7bn in value in the year to end-August, as most big cap companies struggle to sell products.
Weak data from China has sent world markets in a downward spiral again and the JSE lost about 1.5% in morning trade.
Global markets have started the new week nervously after the strong recovery towards the end of the week, and the JSE was no exception.
The JSE has ended a volatile week, punctuated by fears about China-led global economic slowdown, with its biggest weekly gain in four months.
The continent of Africa has the world’s fastest growing levels of internet bandwidth capacity.
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