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The JSE rose on Thursday after data showed that gold and manufacturing production declined less than expected, boosting gold and platinum sectors. The All Share closed up by 1.35%.
Major Wall Street indices started to slip on Thursday as concern around rising cases of COVD-19 in the US continued to dent sentiment. At 19h45 the Dow Jones was down 0.37%.
European shares closed lower on Thursday as a less dovish stance on policy rates than what was expected by the European Central Bank (ECB) caught investors slightly off guard.
The Hang Seng closed down by 0.64% on Thursday, as markets in mainland China fell after sombre performances from start-up shares.
The Nikkei closed up by 0.88% on Thursday as better-than-expected machinery orders data supported risk-on sentiment.
rand weakened by 1.38% against the USD on Thursday, and by 19h50 it traded at
Weaker-than-expected US jobless claims data and the ECB’s decision to keep its policy rates unchanged boosted gold prices on Thursday with an ounce trading at $1958.05 at 19h50.
The price of Brent crude fell slightly on Thursday after the Energy Information Administration said that US stockpiles rose last week after a period of decreased production capacity caused by Hurricane Laura.
Source: Reuters, Business Day, Trading Economics
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