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Stockpiling ahead of Chinese sanctions sees global markets stronger

China reported a current account trade surplus of $41.6 billion, double what was anticipated.

The local equities front had a generally positive day on Monday, with the Alsi up 0.66%, as financial and industrial counters led the charge. On the international front, stronger positive sentiment saw the gold price lose some traction. To further discuss the movements on the local and global markets and the factors that contributed to these movements, Nompu Siziba speaks to Petri Redelinghuys, the founder at Herenya Capital.

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