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SA stocks continue record run

Feb 11 2013 09:40 Reuters


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Johannesburg - South Africa's leading indices hit record highs in early trade on Monday before pulling back slightly after two straight sessions of gains.

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange's Top 40 - (Tradeable) [JSE:J200] index  inched down 0.1% at 36,437.59, after setting a record of 36,512.95. The broader All Share [JSE:J203] index turned flat at 40,871.60 after hitting a lifetime high of 40,927.25.  

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