Palesa Motloung

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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.

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.

JSE falls on resources, global woes

The JSE retreated into negative territory by noon on Wednesday weighed by resources and continued concern over global economies.

JSE edges up in choppy trade, eyes US

The JSE edged into positive territory by noon on Monday with a trader citing the weaker local currency as a booster for resource stocks.

JSE languishes as traders take profits

South African stocks extended their losses by noon on Thursday as traders took profits in the wake of suffering global markets.

JSE stays down on weak global markets

The JSE remained in the red by noon on Wednesday, still moving in line with international markets.

JSE stays up on global markets

The JSE remained in positive territory by noon on Monday, still taking its direction from overseas markets.

JSE stays up on bargain hunting

SA stocks were in positive territory at noon on Thursday, moving in line with global markets which earlier in the day found some stable ground.

JSE up as markets recover losses

The JSE, although coming down from highs reached this morning, managed to remain in positive territory by noon on Tuesday.

JSE remains up, awaits bailout

The JSE remained in positive territory on Thursday following the direction of European markets, which were trading higher.

JSE stays weak on miners, but financials gain

The JSE remained weaker at noon on Tuesday, pressured by miners on faltering commodity prices, but financials continued to post modest gains.

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