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Stocks have closed down as bullion producers remained under pressure after the precious metal fell to a nine-month low.
Major indices are approaching important technical levels, and the next 48 hours could give a decisive indication of the JSE's future direction.
South African stocks have fallen, reaching their lowest level in more than four months as mining companies maintained a downward march on weaker prices.
Capitec’s earnings for the 6 months to June will be scrutinised with a magnifying glass and labour figures and new car sales data will likely also attract attention.
South African stocks have snapped up a four-day losing streak, as technical factors and a recovery in European shares gave the market a lift.
With major JSE indices failing to breach significant resistance levels, analysts are now talking about a major technical adjustment instead of just a correction.
Members of a computer hacking ring have been charged for allegedly stealing more than $100m worth of software and data used to train military pilots.
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