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On Tuesday, the All Share closed 1.08% higher, its biggest gain in about two weeks, boosted by strong performances from Sasol, banks and financials.
Wall Street opened strong on Tuesday after US President-elect Joe Biden received the “formal go-ahead” to transition into the White House. At 18h00, the Nasdaq was 0.88% in the green.
shares rose on Tuesday after France said it could lower its lockdown
restrictions and as hopes of a COVID-19 vaccine in early 2021 helped to boost
investor sentiment. The STOXX 600 ended the day 0.91% higher.
The Hang Seng traded 0.39% higher on Tuesday after Biden’s transition into the White House was approved by a federal agency.
Nikkei closed up 2.50% on Tuesday, it’s best point since May 1991, due to hopes
of an inexpensive COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca.
The local currency delivered a stellar performance on Tuesday, reaching an almost six-month high against the dollar and the pound. At 18h20, the rand traded at R15.23/$, R20.34/£ and R18.10/€.
Gold prices extended losses on Tuesday as Biden’s transition into the White House and vaccine optimism directed investors to riskier trades. Gold traded at $1 805.75/oz at 18h20.
rose to $47.76 a barrel at 18h20 on Monday, after reports that Biden may begin
his White House transition and after news of a third possible COVID-19 vaccine
boosted oil demand.
Source: Reuters, Business Day, Trading Economics
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