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JSE all share weakens on contained global selloff over Greece

JSE closes weaker on Monday as markets retreat in contained selloff on Greek debt crisis, with high volatility levels, investor nervousness driving markets lower

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Stocks fall, bonds up as Greece veers toward default

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US stocks add to global selloff as markets digest news of capital controls in Greece and country veers toward a default on its debt

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Rand gains strength as euro firms marginally on dollar

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Local currency is firmer against dollar late on Monday as euro edges firmer against greenback, despite investor appetite for riskier assets declining due to ‘Grexit’ concern

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Oil hits three-week lows as Greece crisis worsens

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Crude futures hit 3-week lows as Greece shuts its banks and imposes capital controls, causing widespread risk aversion

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Bonds weaker on Greek fallout, risk-off trade

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South African bonds are weaker in late afternoon on Monday as market continues to bear brunt of Greek debt crisis

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Gold steadies as Greece fears offset by weaker euro

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Gold steady, giving up early gains as prospect of a Greek debt default, was offset by strengthening dollar and wariness among investors over metal’s longer-term outlook

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Value stocks struggle amid negative mining sentiment

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Resources index pull back a further 1.24% despite some value funds seeing buying opportunities

Asia-Pacific

China eases rates to prop up markets

A vendor waits for buyers at her pet fish stall in Beijing. Although the Chinese stock market rallied last year, this did not have a trickle-down effect on retail sales figures. However, this does not mean that a stock market downturn would similarly not affect them. Picture:  EPA/WU HONG

Decision to cut both lending rates and reserve requirements at some banks seen as almost entirely driven by the need to stabilise Chinese bourses after they lost 20% in a few weeks

Europe

Swiss to fight rush to safety

A display shows the evolution of Swiss franc's exchange rate against the Euro at the office of Swiss bank UBS at the Bahnhofstrasse in Zurich on Thursday.  Picture: REUTERS

Franc faces upward pressure from ultra-loose monetary policy in the eurozone, where the debt crisis in Greece is reaching a decisive phase

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Rhodium output set to bounce back after strike

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Rising car sales and stricter emissions rules to boost demand that will exceed output within four years, say analysts

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Markets brace for 61-second minute

Planet is slowing down, but clocks are not, so every few years one second is added, this will be first leap second during trading hours since markets went electronic

Nine factors that lead to poor decision making, writes Michel Pireu

STREET DOGS: Factors that lead to poor decision making

Decline can always be arrested. The question is whether we have the collective will to do what is needed to arrest it, writes Songezo Zibi

Lessons from companies as SA Inc continues to decline

JSE top Gainers

at 01:28 on 30 Jun 2015
ADW566.67%
NUT433.33%
TAW833.33%
DMC23513.53%
HWN32258.22%

JSE top Losers

at 01:28 on 30 Jun 2015
AND104-52.29%
SMM6-50.00%
BEG2-33.33%
CRD270-15.63%
JBL38-13.64%
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Beginner’s guide to investing on the JSE

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Cheap, easy sector, geographic diversification offered by exchange-traded products is preferable to individual company shares, writes Robert Laing

Asia-Pacific

Expect ‘tantrums’ in world markets

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Indian central bank head warns of more volatility on par with the ‘taper tantrum’ in 2013

Economy

Current account cheer fails to lift rand

Reserve Bank

Bulletin also shows SA continues to attract foreign investors despite load shedding and Eskom’s bonds downgrade


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Investors not staying the night

Global investors from developed countries always seem to impress us. We must be careful what we give before they’ve even paid for dinner

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Change6753.7
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JSE -1.27%
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Change-669.8342
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    Change: -1.27%
    Top 40 : 46395.0557
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