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The JSE fell for a fourth consecutive session on Thursday as retailers declined on the likelihood that interest rates could go up in the second quarter of the year.
Wall Street opened lower on Thursday pulled down by the Nasdaq Index after investors started to move from valued stocks to underpriced counters.
The FTSE 100 continued its downward trend on Thursday as renewed lockdown restrictions across the continent added to concerns about a slow global economic recovery.
A sell-off in Chinese technology stocks as investors feared that they would soon be de-listed from US markets and concerns about a semiconductor shortage pulled the Hang Seng 0.07% lower on Thursday.
The Nikkei ended the day 1.14% lower on Thursday as investors sought underpriced cyclical counters.
The rand weakened against major global currencies on Thursday, breaching R15/$ after the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) kept its repo rate unchanged at 3.50% as widely expected. At 19h30, the local currency traded at R15.05/$, R20.68/£ and R17.72/€.
Spot gold rose 0.04% trading at $1 727.02/oz at 19h30 as a firmer greenback overshadowed concerns of a slow global economic recovery from the pandemic.
Brent crude fell nearly 4% at the close of business as reinforced lockdown restrictions across Europe overshadowed Suez Canal disruptions for a third day.
Source: Reuters, Business Day, Trading Economics
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