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Brent crude futures paired losses to hover around the $83 per barrel mark on Thursday, following a decline in the previous session as a weaker greenback prompted risk appetite, while the decision by...
The local bourse rose to 79 768.75 points at the close of business on Wednesday, following two consecutive sessions of losses, primarily driven by financials. Sentiment was also boosted by the latest...
Wall Street posted the best January since 2019 with all major indices gaining nearly 2% on Tuesday, as investors digested a slew of encouraging economic data and corporate earnings. “The slowing...
Global stocks retreated on Monday as investors braced for an eventful week of corporate earnings and monetary policy decisions from key central banks. The Dow was down just shy of 1%, while the...
The price of gold fell on Friday from a nine-month high reached on 25 January as investors continued to worry about how aggressive developed market central banks could increase their interest rates...
The local bourse closed up by more than 1% on Thursday after the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) hiked interest rates by 25 basis points (bps), smaller than the 50 bps markets expected. “This...
Local investors will closely watch the interest rate announcement from the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) this afternoon to see if borrowing costs will be increased by another 50 basis points (bps)...
Most markets were under pressure on Tuesday as investors continued to worry about company earnings in an increasing interest rate environment. All three of the major indices on Wall Street traded in...
Global equity markets started the week in the green on continued optimism over an economic recovery in China and hopes that central banks could increase interest rates less aggressively than last...
The FTSE/JSE All Share Index (ALSI) fell by 0.30% on Friday, marking the second consecutive session of losses on renewed fears of a possible recession and as advances in technology firms failed to...