Johannesburg - Resources shares continued to pull the JSE higher on Monday, although the gains were quite modest in morning trade.
International markets are
now treading water as the euphoria about possible economic stimulus by the
new Trump government in the US begins to wear off.
The only exception is the FTSE index in London, which reached yet another high on Friday as the pound continues to weaken in the light of uncertainty about Brittain’s exit from the European Union. A strong market in London supports the dual-listed shares on the JSE.