The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect South African markets on Tuesday.
Statistics South Africa to publish GDP numbers for the second quarter of 2020.
Ratings agency Fitch holds its Global Sovereign Conference with a focus on Angola, Nigeria and South Africa.
Weekly bond auction by South Africa's Treasury.
South Africa's rand firmed on Friday, supported by the lure of higher yields and a slide in the dollar after jobs growth slowed in the United States.
The FTSE/JSE all-share index (.JALSH) continued its losing streak, falling 1.2% to 53,879 points on Friday and ending the week down almost 4% from the last week's close.
Asian shares and U.S. stock futures regained some footing on Tuesday following a small bounce in European markets as investors looked to whether high-flying U.S. tech shares could recover from their recent rout.
The Nasdaq closed lower on Friday though well above its session low as selling eased late in the day after investors dumped heavyweight technology stocks due to concerns about high valuations and a patchy economic recovery.
GOLD ( XAU= )
Gold prices slipped on Tuesday, weighed down by a stronger U.S. dollar, but the safe-haven metal's decline was limited by growing fears over the global economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
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