The instructions from Luthuli House would certainly urge that the ANC caucus in Parliament shows restraint on Mkhwebane, while the Union Buildings would certainly prefer her out of the office as soon as yesterday., writes Ralph Mathekga.
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Asian markets fluctuated Wednesday following a negative lead from Wall Street as investors grow nervous about the chances of success in China-US trade talks.
Most major Asian markets rose on Tuesday following another positive Wall Street lead, with energy firms surging along with oil prices.
Asian markets largely advanced, with investor confidence rising as the US Federal Reserve chief offered an upbeat assessment of the economy despite concerns about a global trade war.
Asian markets fluctuated after the Group of Seven meeting ended with deep divisions between the US and its allies.
The sell-off that has sent global markets into a tailspin last week stretched into Asia on Monday as investors continue to assess the impact that American protectionist policies will have on global growth.
Asian stocks have risen and the yen slumped on news of an agreement for an unprecedented summit between US and North Korea leaders, defusing geopolitical fears tied to the nuclear-armed dictatorship in northeast Asia.
Asian stocks have rallied, following gains in US equities and the dollar, as concern eased on President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs.
Financial markets have showed signs of stabilising after a fresh trigger from N. Korea had sent money into haven assets, with focus returning to comments from central bank policy makers.
Asian stocks have been mixed, with gauges in Japan rising, and Australian bonds fell as investors await comments from central bankers meeting at Jackson Hole and as political wrangling continues in the US.
Asian shares rose, throwing off morning weakness as Japanese shares climbed for the first time in three days while Chinese stocks erased declines in afternoon trading.
Asian stocks struggled for direction after the recent rally as investors assessed the latest developments on the Trump administration’s trade policies.
Asian stocks were mixed as investors digested results from American tech titans and waited for the release of US data expected to show a surge in economic growth.
Fears of a ballooning global trade war sent Asian stocks sharply lower, following steep falls on Wall Street amid reports Washington was readying a new phase in its economic confrontation with China.
Asian markets mostly rose as investors look ahead to a Group of Seven summit, while reports that China-US trade talks were progressing well provided some support.
Asian stocks have fluctuated and the yen gained as traders adopted a risk-off approach, digesting comments from President Donald Trump’s new economic adviser.
Asian stocks have advanced as worries surrounding a trade war dissipated and US equities recouped losses. The dollar and Treasuries steadied.
Japanese shares have risen helped by a weaker yen and after US equities capped their best week in five years. The dollar steadied and oil consolidated above $60 a barrel.
Asian markets have headed into the weekend on a cautious note, bringing an end to a volatile week, with eyes now fixed on the release of key US jobs data and the impact of deadly storm Harvey.
Asian stocks have risen in thin trading as the yen snapped four days of gains and investors reassessed positions ahead of a meeting of central bankers.
Asian stocks have been mixed after Wall Street gained and Chinese manufacturing improved
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