Positive news for the JSE

Abrams, Colin
August 2004
Finance Week;8/23/2004, p28
This article reports on the movement on the JSE Securities Exchange SA. Over the past 10 days there's been some significant movement on the JSE Securities Exchange, largely due to the 0,5 percentage point interest rate cut. The cut had a weakening effect on the rand and led to sharp rallies in rand hedge and resources stocks.


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