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SA stocks inch to another record high

Jan 10 2013 09:22
Reuters

Johannesburg - SA stocks hit record highs in early trade on Thursday, inching up as stronger-than-expected Chinese trade data helped lift resources firms like African Rainbow Minerals [JSE:ARM]. 

The benchmark Top 40 - (Tradeable) [JSE:J200] index was up 0.15% at 35,863.79 at 07:09 GMT, after earlier touching a record of 35,888.36. 

The broader All Share [JSE:J203] was also slightly higher after hitting a new record of 40,392.84.

 

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