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No one can predict the future. But, much like weather forecasting, past data points and patterns do provide portfolio managers with guidelines of how the future could potentially play out. And past patterns show that JSE earnings usually flourish when GDP growth does.
The local bourse eventually closed softer on Tuesday despite opening flat.
The JSE bucks the trend in other global markets as it surged to close firmer on Monday.
South African equities traders have had a busy week, but Friday's session came with a big rugby World Cup game in the middle of the day.
Equity markets have traded mixed on Friday as uncertainty around impeachment proceedings in the US continued to hold the market back.
The JSE edged higher on Thursday as most blue-chips rebounded following the slump recorded on Wednesday.
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The JSE swung into gains in the afternoon session on Friday to close firmer on the day and up on the week as well.
In the absence of clear long-term trends, derivative traders are especially experiencing difficulty under current market conditions. But if you can make it during tough times, you’ll do very well when the bull is back.
The JSE retreated on Wednesday despite a broad-based rebound across the major global markets on the back of positive news from Chinese officials.
Although the JSE All Share can certainly still see further declines, current data shows that the market isn’t that expensive any more – and that it now presents a buying opportunity.
Stocks on the JSE edged marginally higher after a difficult week of trading in which investors shunned riskier assets due to weak economic data.
The JSE closed weaker for a second consecutive session as global markets remained subdued due to weak economic data.
Worries about global growth, the prolonged trade war and a moribund economy have stopped South African stocks in their tracks.
The JSE platinum index continues to make new recovery highs as platinum stocks continue to be amongst the leaders on the JSE.
The JSE fell on Wednesday amid a flurry of global political and growth risks which continue to erode confidence from skeptic investors.
It appears there will be more buying of Naspers shares over the next few days, says a market analyst.
The JSE has extended its gains on Thursday as it was buoyed by the positive sentiment across most global stocks.
The JSE inched higher on Wednesday as it tracked other global indices higher, inspired by the developments in Hong Kong.
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