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Palesa Motloung

Palesa Motloung

    JSE edges lower on profit taking, GDP
    JSE edges lower on profit taking, GDP
    The JSE edged into the red by noon on Tuesday with profit taking and worse-than-expected local GDP data weighing on the bourse, a local trader...
    JSE stays down on profit taking
    JSE stays down on profit taking
    South African stocks remained in the red by noon on Thursday as investors took profits after US retail sales sparked a sell off in international...
    Resources keep JSE firm
    Resources keep JSE firm
    The JSE extended gains by noon on Thursday supported by resource counters in what a trader said was a session of catch-up after Wednesday's public...
    JSE extends losses on world markets
    JSE extends losses on world markets
    South African stocks extended losses by noon on Monday, weighed heavily by metal counters and sharply weaker global bourses as market players...
    JSE flat in quiet session
    JSE flat in quiet session
    South African stocks were flat by noon on Friday in what a trader said was a quiet session with "not too much driving the market". ...
    JSE extends gains on strong metals
    JSE extends gains on strong metals
    South African stocks extended gains by noon on Monday, taking direction from steady European markets as well as firm metal counters, with a trader...
    JSE extends gains on steady miners
    JSE extends gains on steady miners
    South African stocks continued to rally and were 639 points firmer by noon on Thursday, with strong mining counters continuing to provide steady...
    JSE stays up, eyes US open
    JSE stays up, eyes US open
    The JSE came off earlier levels but managed to remain in positive territory by noon on Wednesday as weaker US futures indicated another negative...
    JSE down on Europe, profit taking
    JSE down on Europe, profit taking
    The JSE fell into negative territory by noon on Tuesday, moving in line with frail European markets in what a trader said was profit taking with...
    JSE flat on weak resources
    JSE flat on weak resources
    The JSE was flat by noon on Monday weighed by softer resources which came under pressure from the stronger local currency.
    Resources, banks keep JSE in the red
    Resources, banks keep JSE in the red
    Resources and banks led the downside as the JSE sank into the red by noon on Thursday, moving in line with frail European markets as participants...
    Resources push JSE deep into the red
    Resources push JSE deep into the red
    Resources led the downside as the JSE fell deep into the red by noon on Monday, moving in line with weak international markets as continued...