In Thursday’s trading session in the local markets, the
closed the day down 0.67%. The
sector went down by 2.32%, the
went down by 0.05%, the
went up by 0.09% and lastly the
South African Listed Property index
was down by 0.74%. The
traded at R16.00 against the United State Dollar, R19.56 against the
Great British pound
, and R16.81 against the
. Please note that there will be four companies that will be going ex-div on the 29th of June 2022, the list is below:
Figure 1: Anglo America Platinum’s intraday share price action
On the commodities front, the Brent Crude oil is trading at $109.80 a barrel and WTI Crude oil is traded at $104.2 a barrel. Gold Spot price is currently trading at $1822.43. Platinum Spot is now trading at $915.01 and lastly, Palladium Spot price is at $1864.
Across the globe, the S&P 500 closed the day up 0.95%, Dow Jones closed the day up 0.64% and the Nasdaq had a 1.47% climb. The FTSE 100 closed down 0.97% and the DAX was down 1.76% and CAC40 was down 0.56%. In the Asian markets, the Nikkei 225 is currently up 1.23% and the Hang Seng is currently up 1.96%.
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