Jacqueline Mackenzie

Resources weigh on JSE

The JSE was almost 1% in the red at noon on Wednesday, led by declines in the resource sector.

Rand collapses against world currencies

The rand slumped overnight, moving above the R10-a-dollar level, and was early on Thursday morning trading at its worst levels since August 2002.

JSE follows global markets weaker

SA stocks remained weaker at midday on Thursday, following the trend on global markets as banks and financials once again took centre stage.

‘Dollar is back in a big way’

The rand weakened further on Friday morning as the dollar posted further gains against the euro.

JSE in the black as resources recover

After a weaker start to the session, the JSE turned around and was in positive territory by noon on Tuesday.

JSE weaker as miners weigh

The JSE remained on the back foot at midday on Monday as the overall market was weighed by weaker mining stocks.

JSE stays soft; miners, resources down

The JSE extended its losses on Friday morning and was over 2% weaker at midday, led by falls in resources and mining stocks.

JSE pares losses but still cautious

The JSE was off its lows at midday on Tuesday, thanks to firmer resources. However, players remained cautious as overseas markets are weaker.

Financials, industrials keep JSE firmer

The JSE remained firmer on Wednesday, as banks, financials and industrials found favour following a strong performance on Wall Street overnight.

JSE rises as resources recover

The JSE remained in the black at midday on Monday despite fairly flat global markets. Resources staged a recovery after being hard hit last week.

JSE down 1% as resources weigh

The JSE remained in the red at midday on Friday, weighed down by weaker resources. However, banks and financial stocks continued their gains.

JSE off highs as resources weigh

The JSE remained in the black at midday on Thursday, but was off its earlier highs as resources reversed gains and moved into negative territory.

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