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Name Price Change 1st jan. ST MT LT
423 PTS -0.47%-5.86%
Bearish
Neutral
Neutral
92.74 PTS +0.18%+5.24%
Neutral
Neutral
Bullish
74.09 PTS +0.19%-2.32%
Bullish
Bearish
Bearish
146.1 PTS +0.11%-2.92%
Bearish
Neutral
Neutral
1,953 PTS +0.49%-4.79%
Neutral
Neutral
Neutral
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AIM WINNERS & LOSERS: Primorus touts possible investor return AN
Gold miner Harmony flags profit leap on higher output and prices RE
Stocks hit near 7-month highs amid global rally, FX edges higher RE
South African rand firms but fails to hold post-budget gains RE
Marula Mining expands executive team with regional manager AN
Russian activists abroad pin hopes on Yulia Navalnaya RE
South African rand, dollar bonds jump after budget RE
South African rand, dollar bonds jump after budget RE
In election year, South African mines bleed cash, jobs RE
Stocks advance on China boost, South Africa's rand flat ahead of budget speech RE
South African Breweries turns to lime farming to support Corona beer RE
South Africa's Bidcorp half-year profit jumps as European business shines RE
Mining sector job cuts escalate in South Africa RE
Neo Energy Metals to pursue secondary listing in South Africa AN
Stocks slide; banks rise as Barclays outperforms AN
Barclays announces GBP1b buyback as 2023 profit falls AN
EMEA Morning Briefing : Investors Await Fresh Cues as Earnings Continue DJ
Indian shares set for a muted start, tracking Asian peers RE
FX flat in holiday-affected trade, stocks muted despite bright China session RE
The FTSE 100 Closed Up 1.5% as NatWest Posts Biggest Profit Since 2007 DJ
FTSE 100 jumps on hotter-than-expected US PPI AN
South African rand firms, focus on next week's budget RE
S. Africa's budget to consolidate more slowly, rate cuts delayed RE
Zambia Central Bank Hikes Key Lending Rate to 12.5% to Tame Inflation DJ
Oil majors rejigger portfolios with $30-per-barrel price in mind RE
Stocks, FX ease as hot U.S. inflation dampens early rate cut hopes RE
South African rand firms ahead of retail sales RE
Low European prices drive West African gasoline imports to record RE
Coffee break: Touring Addis Ababa with star chef Marcus Samuelsson RE
Neo Energy Metals appoints exploration manager; agrees core shed lease AN
Stocks advance, FX flat ahead of US inflation data RE
South African rand flat before mining data RE
For West African juntas, CFA franc pits sovereignty against expediency RE
Data-heavy Week Begins with German Stocks in the Green MT
South African rand firms but outlook remains bleak RE
Stocks edge lower in holiday affected trade; Israel's shekel down after rating cut RE
Oil starts week lower after Israel says 'concluded' Gaza strikes RE
Cocoa market 'panicked' as prices hit records for ninth day in a row RE
South African rand steady as focus shifts to government's budget RE
S.Africa's Sasol flags decline in half-year profit RE
Cocoa prices soar to record highs as traders scramble for supplies RE
FTSE 100 Closes Down 0.4% As AstraZeneca's Update Disappoints DJ
South African rand slips ahead of president's speech RE
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US to commit more funds to Africa's Lobito Corridor -envoy RE
Maersk warns oversupply to hit profits amid Red Sea uncertainty RE
SOFTS-US prices for chocolate-making cocoa hit record before Valentine's Day RE
South African rand weakens ahead of president's address RE
EU border agency says stopping migration is impossible RE
Goldplat increases operating profit despite "bittersweet" quarter AN
Emerging market currencies to gain steadily in the near-term RE
De Beers, Botswana flag concerns to G7 on diamond sanctions RE
New York Fed finds slightly higher supply chain pressure in January RE
S.Africa's takeover panel reviewing Canal Plus' attempt to buyout MultiChoice RE
FTSE 100 Closes Down 0.03% After US Data Hit Rate-Cut Hopes DJ
Ukraine's farm unions ask government to protect free EU market access RE
Soybeans, wheat and corn pushed down by strong dollar RE
London's stocks up on Wall Street rally AN
Stocks expected to start week up slightly amid PMIs AN
South Africa says platinum restructuring could cut 4,000-7,000 jobs RE
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