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Weaker Chinese data weighs on global markets

Jul 16 2018 18:16

The JSE started the week on the backfoot as weak Chinese growth numbers weighed on global markets.

International Markets

US stocks dip as big earnings week kicks off

Jul 16 2018 16:14

Wall Street stocks have declined slightly in early trading at the start of a week of heavy corporate earnings and economic data releases.

Currencies

Rand firms to under R13.20/$ in early trade

Jul 16 2018 11:51

The week ahead would be important for the rand, said analyst Wichard Cilliers, with the SA Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy Committee announcing its repo rate decision on Thursday.

International Markets

Hong Kong stocks end slightly up but Shanghai drops

Jul 16 2018 10:25

Hong Kong stocks have ended slightly higher but Shanghai retreated as data showed growth in China's economy slowed in the second quarter.

International Markets

European stock markets steady at open

Jul 16 2018 09:35

Europe's main stock markets have steadied at the start of trading on Monday, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index down one point at 7 660.7.

International Markets

US stocks edge higher as Nasdaq ekes out record

Jul 16 2018 09:19

Wall Street stocks have finished modestly higher, with the Nasdaq eking out a second straight record as beaten-down consumer stocks rallied.

Commodities

Oil falls as Saudis are said to offer extra crude to some buyers

Jul 16 2018 09:14

Oil has retreated below $71 a barrel as Saudi Arabia was said to offer extra crude supplies to some customers following a plan to boost output.

Equities

Emerging markets brace for a trade-war blow-out

Jul 16 2018 07:33

It may be starting to sound like a broken record for emerging markets, with the twists and turns of US-China trade tensions likely to dominate investor concerns this week.

 
International Markets

Hong Kong stocks ease by break

Jul 16 2018 07:29

Hong Kong stocks ended the morning session slightly lower after data showed China's economic growth slowed marginally in the second quarter, just as the country faces the prospect of a damaging trade war with the US.

Equities

Local bourse closes weaker as blue chips continue to struggle

Jul 13 2018 18:34

The JSE closed weaker for a fourth consecutive session on Friday to end the week in the red as the sell-off on the local bourse persisted

International Markets

European stock markets extend recovery at open

Jul 13 2018 12:35

Europe's main stock markets have extended a recovery at the open, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index rising 0.6% to 7 693.58 points.

Currencies

Rand takes breather after best run in months

Jul 13 2018 10:46

On Thursday the rand had one of its best days in months, strengthening by 1.6% against the dollar.

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