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The JSE fell 0.17% on Wednesday following the release of data that showed a 1.30% decline in local retail sales for December 2020.
Wall Street opened flat on Wednesday as investors anticipated minutes from the US Federal Reserve’s January meeting. At 17h15, the Nasdaq lost 0.81%.
European stocks traded lower on Wednesday amid concerns over an increase in inflation and a disappointing fourth-quarter performance by French conglomerate, Kering.
Hong Kong stocks extended a bull run on Wednesday with sentiment lifted by prospects of a swift economic rebound. The Hang Seng gained 1.1%.
Japanese stocks were dragged down by profit-taking after hitting a 30-year high in the previous session. The Nikkei lost 0.58% with chip and electronic shares leading declines.
At 17h45, the rand had weakened against major global currencies trading at R14.73/$, R20.39/£ and R17.72/€.
Gold prices inched up on Thursday, recovering from a more than two-month low hit in the previous session as US Treasury yields retreated, although a stronger dollar kept bullion's gains in check.
At 17h50, Brent crude traded at $63.78 a barrel after a winter storm battered Texas in the US and halted supply.
Source: Reuters, Business Day, Trading Economics
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