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Stronger rand supports bank stocks on JSE

Feb 10 2016 15:56

Stock prices in South African banks have followed their European counterparts higher as concerns about the health of banks hammered shares globally.


China worries spook JSE investors

Feb 09 2016 14:24

Concern about the global economy, and particularly the Chinese economy, has been the main theme on world markets and the JSE.

Fambrands R102,90 R109,97 6,87%
Rmih R37,21 R39,00 4,81%
Mr Price R147,48 R153,82 4,30%
Steinhoff R75,06 R77,77 3,61%
Picknpay R54,37 R56,26 3,48%
B-africa R139,63 R144,00 3,13%
Eoh R125,00 R128,50 2,80%
Mondiltd R263,87 R270,70 2,59%
Mondplc R263,99 R270,43 2,44%
Naspers R1.73m R1.77m 2,25%

SA mining stocks gains most in 6 weeks

Feb 04 2016 20:30

South African mining stocks gained the most in six weeks as a slump in the dollar made commodities priced in the US currency more attractive to investors.


JSE rallies as weak dollar fuels resources

Feb 04 2016 14:07

The softer dollar was particularly good news for resources shares worldwide and on the JSE some resources shares moved spectacularly higher.


JSE shares move against global trends

Feb 03 2016 14:42

Share prices on the JSE has gone against the global trend and the major indices are still clinging to their modest gains.

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