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The JSE lost 0.12% on Wednesday as politics remained in focus. At the close of business, the All Share traded at 55 861.88 points.
Defensive sectors lead a rally on Wall Street after data showed US private payrolls expanded in August. The S&P 500 gained 1.09% at 19h00.
The pan-European STOXX 600 index gained 1.66% as signs of a recovery in global manufacturing activity lifted chemical and industrial stocks.
The Hong Kong stock market fell 0.23% on Wednesday following a weakness in energy, financial and material shares.
The Nikkei rose 0.47% on Wednesday as better-than-expected US manufacturing data lifted hopes that a global economic recovery remains on track.
The rand weakened to R16.82/$ at 19h00 after comments from the European Central Bank paused the recent rally in the euro.
Gold lost 0.66% on Wednesday as US manufacturing activity boosted investor appetite for riskier assets, restricting inflows into safe-haven metal.
Brent crude lost 3.28% on Wednesday as data showed that fuel demand in the US fell last week, dashing hopes of a speedy economic recovery.
Source: Reuters, Business Day, Trading Economics
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