Market News Updates

ETFPLD – LISTING OF ADDITIONAL AfricaPalladium debentures TRU – Dealings in securities by a director of a subsidiary of the company ENX – Dealings in securities by an associate of directors and by associates of d FSR – Appointment of non-executive to the board of directors of FirstRand and Fi NUT – Acquisition of Kairos Nutrition Proprietary Limited (?Kairos?) and […]

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Why the JSE Closed 0.74 percent in positive territory yesterday

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) closed 0.74 percent in positive territory yesterday after trading in positive territory for most of the day. This was mostly as a result due to renewed global optimism that a deal would soon be reached to avail the Greek crisis. The total volume traded for the day was R 18.4 billion. Top winners of the […]

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Why the JSE Closed Over 1percent in Negative Territory Yesterday

What: The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) All-Share Index closed 1.02 percent in negative territory yesterday. Total volume traded was R13.1 billion. Among top losers of the day were: Discovery Ltd (JSE Code DSY) down 2.6 percent, AngloGold Ashanti Ltd (JSE Code: ANG) down 2.5 percent, Naspers Ltd (JSE Code: NPN) down 2.2 percent, Mondi PLC (JSE Code: MNP) down 2.2 […]

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JSE limits losses but still closes down on mixed global markets

THE JSE came back from weaker levels on Monday, but still ended the day lower as weaker European markets and a lower start to the Dow Jones kept the local bourse on the back foot. The local market traded 0.55% down in the morning. Weakening gold and resources shares dragged the market lower from a positive performance on Friday as […]

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Sell-off on the JSE Continued Yesterday for a Second Consecutive Day

  Johannesburg—Sunburst Africa—The JSE All-Share Index closed 0.25 percent in negative territory on the JSE yesterday after trading lower on Tuesday June 19th. Among  top losers of the day were Kumba Iron Ore Ltd (JSE Code: KIO), down 5.8 percent,  Tiger Brands Ltd (JSE Code: TBS) down 4.5 percent,  MTN Group Ltd (JSE Code: MTN), Anglogold Ashanti Ltd (JSE Code: […]

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Why the JSE closed lower yesterday

What: The gains on the market on Monday were reversed on Tuesday as the JSE THE JSE closed lower. At 5pm, the all share closed 0.15% lower at 54,327.10 points, with the blue-chip top 40 giving up 0.25%. Gold miners dropped 3.86%, followed by resources losing 3.46% and platinums down 2.26%. Financials added 1.04%. Why: The pressure on the JSE […]

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Asian Stocks Retreat as investors watch Greece

By Vivian Atud Johannesburg-Sunburst Africa– Markets in Asia have opened cautiously this morning with most Asian stocks trading lower as investors await Greece’s review of debt reduction policies.   In Australia, bonds gained in early trade and oil traded at less than $50 a barrel.  In the US, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will address lawmakers and investors will likely continue […]

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