JSE firms as US stimulus optimism lifts markets

JSE firms as US stimulus optimism lifts markets

2020-10-19 11:53:00 AM

JSE firms as US stimulus optimism lifts markets

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19 October 2020 - 10:46Odwa MjoThe JSE was firmer on Monday morning tracking most global equities as optimism about US stimulus lifted market sentiment.At 9.39am, the JSE all share added 0.30% to 55,214.57 points and the top 40 was 0.22% higher. Banks were up 1.61% and financials 1.14%.

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