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Global markets tumbled on Monday as investors scurried to less riskier assets due to concerns over the deadly coronavirus which many fear China has failed to contain.
Local stocks have plummeted on the back of broad-based losses amongst global markets due to concerns over the spread of the virus which emanated in China.
The JSE fell on Tuesday following heavy losses in Asia which were mainly attributed to worries about a deadly virus in China.
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The JSE finally matched trends with global markets on Friday as it closed firmer following a robust session.
The expected Moody’s downgrade of SA is unlikely to be disastrous, as markets have already priced in the event and local bonds will remain attractive to investors. Longer term, the outlook is still very worrying.
The local bourse tracked other global markets lower on Tuesday as markets priced a high probability of a phase one deal not being signed between China and the US.
The JSE traded mostly flat to firmer on Wednesday as it attempted to gain traction after consecutive sessions of losses.
Until recently, the Mid-Cap Index was delivering a lacklustre performance. However, the tables have turned and currently there is good value to be found in this segment of the local market.
Local stocks edged higher on Friday in tandem with other global markets which rebounded as concerns over a deadly virus in China took lesser priority.
The local bourse has lost ground towards the close on Wednesday eventually erasing all its earlier gains.
The JSE closed softer on Monday following a relatively muted session in which the local bourse couldn’t gain significant momentum.
The JSE advanced on Tuesday primarily on the back of gains in the financials and industrials indices.
2019 was a bit of a banner year for South Africa’s mining sector, but it wasn’t good news all round. It remains an industry on edge, subject to local uncertainty and global sea change.
The local bourse closed softer on Thursday on the back of broad-based losses across all the major indices.
The JSE advanced to close firmer on Wednesday after a lukewarm start to the session.
The JSE has started the week on the backfoot as it closed weaker on Monday on the back of losses in the industrials and financials indices.
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The JSE fell on Monday as it tracked other global markets lower which were dragged by increasing violence in Hong Kong, as well as US-China trade concerns.
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