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JSE softer amid greater foreign buying trend

Local bourse weaker in quiet trade on Tuesday morning, although recent data show year-to-date equity inflows are at six-year high

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All share slips further on Greek turmoil

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Uncertainty gives ‘safe-haven currencies’ such as the dollar a boost while further undermining commodity prices

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Rand steady at weaker levels

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Local currency stable on Tuesday morning as investors remain focused on developments in Greek debt crisis, eurozone meeting expected to keep traders on edge

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Bonds anchored as oil price remains subdued

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Local government-backed securities range-bound on Tuesday morning as Brent stays below $60, reducing inflationary pressure

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Gold dips despite Greek debt crisis

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Metal falls to $1,167.21 as markets await news from eurozone summit to see whether progress will be made in Greek crisis

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Oil stabilises after huge sell-off

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Brent rises to $57.17 after posting one of biggest sell-offs this year due to Greeks rejection of debt bail-out terms, Chinese stock market woes

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Asian shares reverse sharp losses but traders remain wary

A man drives past the Hanoi Stock Exchange, in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Friday. Vietnam's government has approved the removal of foreign ownership caps on most listed firms. Picture: REUTERS

Equities in Asia win reprieve after falling in previous session, but investors remain on edge amid uncertainty over whether Greece will stay in eurozone

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Reserve Bank’s gross reserves rise by $383m in June

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Rise in reserves is mainly due to depreciation of US dollar against major currencies and maturing foreign-exchange swaps conducted for liquidity management purposes

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Stocks and oil drop on worries over Greece, China

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Equity markets fall after Greece overwhelmingly votes against rescue package conditions and on unprecedented measures in China to staunch massive losses in its stock markets

Asia-Pacific

Chinese firms rush to halt trading amid crash

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More than 700 firms listed in Shanghai and Shenzhen — about a quarter on the exchanges — have sought to suspend trading in the past three weeks

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More pain likely in resources sector

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Worse to come for resources sector which has ‘not factored in a sharp reduction of Chinese growth’

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EDITORIAL: Brace for China’s bubble burst

Chinese drama demonstrates that markets are not easily controlled, even by the most powerful of states

Until all the index constituents start trading again in Athens, no one will know, but for anyone inclined to bet on a rebound there are positive ...

Betting on a Greek rebound

Greece’s gorilla of a crisis took a long time to breed and feed, writes Songezo Zibi

UNEMBARGOED: Greek tragedy’s moral lesson for SA

JSE top Gainers

at 10:52 on 07 Jul 2015
SMM833.33%
TOR48110.83%
RFG19407.48%
PET1457.41%
HIL37507.30%

JSE top Losers

at 10:52 on 07 Jul 2015
NUT3-25.00%
WIL680-9.33%
SCL20-9.09%
SSK610-5.13%
CSG166-4.60%
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China muddles into a conspiracy theory

Workers clean the windows of a building in Beijing's commercial district on Monday. China and 30 other countries have set up the $50bn Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Picture:  REUTERS/KIM KYUNG-HOON

Short sellers blamed for stock market wipe-out, write Jun Luo, Zhang Shidong and Allen Wan

Companies

COMPANY COMMENT: Coal of Africa; Evraz

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Coal firm resolved to jump funding hurdle while developments at Evraz show the issue of monopoly pricing in SA seems likely to get worse

Investors Monthly

ETF WATCH: It’s really all about numbers

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But membership of the top lists changes along with sentiment and circumstances

Investors Monthly

Flexible by name and by nature

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The SA Multi-Asset Flexible category is where the mandate is to have no mandate


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