Stronger opening for JSE as gold miners prosper
Most global markets were in the red on Thursday morning as Donald Trump's threat to impose tariffs hurt sentiment
The JSE was firmer on Thursday morning with gold miners leading gains, recovering after dropping almost 3.8% earlier this week.
US President Donald Trump's threat to impose tariffs on $300bn worth of Chinese goods continues to hurt sentiment in global markets. Trump said on Wednesday that he was still considering imposing sanctions on Germany to block Norde Stream 2, a natural gas pipeline project from Russia to Germany.