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The JSE closed firmer on Tuesday as global markets were undecided on the implications of the meeting between Donald Trump and the North Korean leader.
The rand lost 0.4% against the dollar on Tuesday morning, as emerging markets awaited the outcomes of meetings by the US Federal Reserve Bank and the European Central Bank.
Europe's stock markets have risen at the open, as investors responded warmly to US President Donald Trump's historic Singapore summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un.
Oil has extended gains near $66 a barrel as a divide between OPEC deepened over whether to ease production curbs.
Global equity markets have risen as traders brushed off a chaotic Group of Seven meeting to focus instead on US President Donald Trump's upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Asian investors were cautious as they keep watch on the historic summit between Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Tokyo stocks opened higher, extending rallies on Wall Street, though investors were cautious over a historic summit between the US and North Korea.
Hong Kong stocks headed into the break with gains as traders follow the historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, while also looking ahead to key US and European central bank meetings.
The JSE closed flat on Monday after a relatively muted trading session.
The rand has been weakening over the past week, but the exchange rate would have been markedly worse without the 'Ramaphosa Presidency effect'.
Global equity markets mostly rose Monday as traders brushed off a chaotic G7 meeting, and looked ahead to US President Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The rand saw a volatility gain of 42%, the biggest quarterly increase since June 2013
Oil has extended declines as Russia was said to increase output before it meets with OPEC.
A crucial week for the pound has began on a bad note as the currency reversed gains after UK factory data cast doubts on the health of the economy.
The sell-off in the rand and emerging market currencies has increased amid concerns that emerging markets will face higher US borrowing costs, says Nedbank's Corporate and Investment Banking unit.
Europe's stock markets have risen at the start of trade, but sentiment was jarred after the Group of Seven meeting ended with deep divisions between Washington and its allies.
World stock markets have been mixed at the start of a tense Group of Seven summit amid disagreement between the US and allies on trade, Iran and other issues.
Hong Kong stocks ended n positive territory but gains were tempered after a Group of Seven meeting highlighted divisions between the US and its allies.
Asian markets fluctuated after the Group of Seven meeting ended with deep divisions between the US and its allies.
Tokyo stocks opened flat with investors cautious ahead of key events including a historic US-North Korea summit and central bank meetings of major economies this week.


 
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