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US states sue Trump administration

As showdown over border wall funds continues.

Euro’s bounce fades

Focus shifts back to the economy, ECB policy.

Rand weaker, stocks hit three-and-a-half-month high

Improved global sentiment, rand hedges lift stocks.

How mines cope with power cuts

South Africa's mining industry is one of the biggest consumers of power.

SAA in talks to roll over R9.2bn of debt

The debt is due at the end of March.

Specter of idiosyncratic risks returns to haunt EMs

Traders are flocking to developing world currencies as significant events flare up.

World stocks lifted to 2-1/2 month highs by trade optimism

Wall Street futures suggested that US stocks would hold onto last week's gains when trading starts.

Nigerian assets fall as election delay fuels uncertainty

Elections were postponed for one week solely for logistical reasons and denied political pressure had played any part.

Petra Diamonds appoints new CEO, share price rises

The appointment of Richard Duffy as CEO would benefit the company as it sought to cut debt, analysts say.

SAA to reorganise in turnaround drive

The airline will be reorganised into domestic, regional and international business units, each with its own management - CEO.

Rupee goes from first to last as oil, Kashmir puncture sentiment

Losses in Indian assets have deepened since Thursday, when a suicide bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into a bus ferrying security forces.

Huawei crackdown exposes Europe as laggard in global 5G race

The UK is among European nations weighing restrictions on Huawei which phone carriers say could delay 5G mobile networks.

Stocks rise as China shares gain on trade-talks optimism

US and Chinese officials to continue negotiations in Washington this week after both sides reported progress at talks in Beijing last week.

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