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Banks help pare JSE losses

The JSE was down only 0,83% at noon on Tuesday, as buying interest among banks helped it recover from sharp losses of over 4% in the morning session. By noon, the platinum mining index fell 2,27%, resources were down 1,72%, and the gold mining index pulled back 1,47%.

JSE follows battered world markets lower

A sharp decline in global equity markets driven by fears of a global economic slowdown and a United States recession has led to a big sell-off on the JSE on Monday. By noon, the JSE's broader all-share index had lost 3,32% to 25 768,400 points.

JSE, world markets sharply lower

The JSE remained sharply weaker by midday on Wednesday, in line with other world markets, which were also experiencing a bumpy ride. At noon, the JSE's all-share index was 2,97% in the red. The gold- and platinum-mining indices slumped 4,09% and 4,07% respectively, while resources were off 3,27%.

JSE extends gains as banks climb

Solid gains in bank stocks pushed the JSE further into the black at midday on Friday, while platinum stocks added some extra light. At noon on the JSE, the all-share index was 0,62% higher as banks collected 2,01% and financials added 1,08%. The platinum mining index added 1,24% and resources edged up 0,29%.

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