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JSE

Resources set tone for the local bourse

Oct 14 2019 18:11

The JSE also shrugged off earlier momentum from Chinese markets which rallied on the optimism of a partial trade deal. The rand held on to its gains as it peaked at a session high of R14.72/$ before it was recorded trading 0.01% firmer at R14.79/$ at 17:00.

JSE

Stocks rise on promise of trade deal

Oct 11 2019 18:39

Reactions to the headlines about the trade war have become fickle as the tension has been drawn out, however there seems to be an elevated sense of optimism that the current talks will yield a partial deal.

Commodities

Oil jumps above $60 as Iran tanker attack reignites Mideast risk

Oct 11 2019 15:09

Oil jumped back above $60 a barrel after reports of a missile strike on an Iranian tanker near the Saudi Arabian port city of Jeddah reignited fears over military escalation in the world’s most important crude-producing region.

Equities

Renewed trade talks fail to lift JSE sentiment

Oct 09 2019 18:39

The JSE retreated on Wednesday despite a broad-based rebound across the major global markets on the back of positive news from Chinese officials.

Equities

JSE: minor relief for stocks

Oct 04 2019 18:33

Stocks on the JSE edged marginally higher after a difficult week of trading in which investors shunned riskier assets due to weak economic data.

 
Commodities

China’s gold-buying spree tops 100 tons during trade war

Oct 08 2019 08:46

China has added more than 100 tons of gold to its reserves since it resumed buying in December, reinforcing its standing as one of the major official accumulators as central banks stock up on the precious metal.

Equities

Springbok game 'distracts' traders on JSE

Oct 04 2019 18:07

South African equities traders have had a busy week, but Friday's session came with a big rugby World Cup game in the middle of the day.

Equities

Stocks slump further as growth fears rise

Oct 03 2019 19:35

The JSE closed weaker for a second consecutive session as global markets remained subdued due to weak economic data.

JSE

JSE tumbles as global growth fears spread

Oct 02 2019 18:46

With the Chinese markets still closed for a holiday, the Hang Seng and Nikkei lost 0.19% and 0.49% respectively as they reacted to worse than expected US economic data.

JSE

Resources lift the JSE

Oct 01 2019 18:04

With Chinese markets closed for a holiday, there was little sentiment filtering from that market. In Japan, the Nikkei eventually closed 0.59% firmer.

JSE

Local bourse tracks Asian stocks lower

Sep 30 2019 18:15

The greenback strengthened against a basket of major currencies which saw it peak as high as 99.46 index points on the US dollar index.

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