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Seoul – The rand improved alongside other emerging market assets after US data last week indicated the labour market is settling into a pace that will support the world’s largest economy, and after Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton sparred in their second US presidential debate.  

The rand was trading 0.7% higher at R13.80/$ on Monday at 09:30.

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