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SA stocks rise for second straight session

8 Apr 2015 /  Peroshni Govender, Reuters
Led by Kumba Iron Ore.

Rand stronger against the dollar

8 Apr 2015 /  Nqobile Dludla, Reuters
As market bets on dovish US Fed.

Rand gains versus dollar in risk-on trade

8 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
South Africa’s rand strengthened against the dollar early on Wednesday, helped by investors’ appetite for riskier assets on expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will delay hiking interest rates. At 0615 GMT the rand was trading 0.4 percent stronger at 11.8375 to the dollar compared with its closing level on Tuesday. “Rand gains have been

UK’s FTSE advances as mining companies, M&S rise

7 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
JP Morgan downgrade weighs on IAG.

Wall Street ends down, dollar gains offset deal news optimism

7 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
Biotech shares jump after four days of losses.

Rand eases against a firmer dollar

7 Apr 2015 /  Nqobile Dludla, Reuters
Dollar recovers on expectations that the US economy could beat forecasts.

SA stocks end higher

7 Apr 2015 /  Tiisetso Motsoeneng, Reuters
MTN among top gainers.

Wall Street ends higher as weak data reduces rate hike worries

6 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
Tesla rallies after first-quarter sales data.

The economy’s recovering, so why aren’t bond yields rising?

6 Apr 2015 /  Susanne Walker and Alexandra Scaggs, Bloomberg
It's a Greenspan conundrum.

Surging S&P 500 beats wage growth by most in five decades

6 Apr 2015 /  Lu Wang, Bloomberg
Widest gap since 1966.

Battered by currency swings, European firms unpick global production model

6 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
Volvo, Asos, SABMiller among firms pursuing natural hedges.

SA stocks ease ahead of Easter weekend

2 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
Kumba Iron Ore the biggest blue-chip decliner.

Rand touches one-week high vs dollar

2 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
On US nonfarms jitters.

Britain’s FTSE advances as M&S surges

2 Apr 2015 /  Sudip Kar-Gupta, Reuters
FTSE off record high but up 4 pct so far in 2015

Rand notches further gains, could lose steam

2 Apr 2015 /  Reuters
South Africa’s rand consolidated its overnight gains against the dollar Thursday, but could struggle to hold its ground given weak domestic economic fundamentals and looming rate hikes in the United States. At 0647 GMT, the rand traded 0.43 percent firmer at 11.9440 to the greenback, compared with Wednesday’s close at 11.9950 in New York. Government bonds were similarly firmer,

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