Market commentary

  • 23 Oct 2003

Compiled by Richard Favis
RBC Capital Markets
+27 11 784 5065

After last week's 150bp rate cut, and no economic data entering the market, local players turned to the performance of the rand for direction. Positive factors driving the rand include general dollar weakness, euro strength, and the strong gold and ...

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