Yesterday, stocks on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange put in their best performance in years.
Buoying the local market was news out of the US on Wednesday. The Federal Reserve's statement also helped push international stock markets higher.
Let's take a closer look at what led to the JSE's bumper day…
The JSE rallied hard
The JSE was “swept along by a wave of positive global equi... ››› more
After a tough few weeks, shares on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) had a welcomed good day.
Spurring stocks higher were suggestions that the European Central Bank may consider further stimulus.
Let's take a closer look at what led to the JSE's good performance…
The JSE’s Top 40 and All Share indices added 2%
Last week, as volatility ruled the world’s stock markets, the m... ››› more
Yesterday, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange benefitted from a soaring palladium price. The struggling platinum producers outperformed on the news.
Palladium supply is under threat due to geopolitical events in Russia. Russia is the world's number one producer of the precious metal.
Let's take a closer look at what happened on the local bourse yesterday…
Platinum producers benefitted f... ››› more
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange made up some of its losses after Monday's dismal performance. On Monday, the local bourse fell over 1%. After a quiet morning on the JSE, the afternoon saw a modest rise. Let's take a closer look at what happened on the JSE yesterday…
Emerging markets are attracting overseas investors again
The JSE closed slightly higher yesterday, says Fin24. The rand’s st... ››› more
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