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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.

Anglo R74,10 R82,74 11,66%
Northam R36,03 R39,00 8,24%
Assore R98,50 R106,00 7,61%
Glencore R21,87 R23,46 7,27%
Capitec R470,00 R494,53 5,22%
South R12,39 R13,00 4,92%
Tongaat R92,50 R96,58 4,41%
Nampak R18,28 R18,95 3,67%
Imperial R116,80 R121,00 3,60%
Massmart R87,72 R90,87 3,59%

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.


African stocks experience worst start to the year

Feb 01 2016 19:31

Stock market investors across the African continent have experienced one of the worst starts to a year after most stocks recorded heavy losses in January.


African exchanges notch up $1trn in market cap

Feb 01 2016 14:22

Investor interest in African markets is rising, with market capitalisation on African exchanges rising to $1trn by the end of 2015, says PwC.


Gold, resources stem JSE slide

Feb 01 2016 13:53

Share prices on the JSE have drifted mostly lower as investors took profits after the strong surge towards the end of last week.

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