The rand was marginally softer on Wednesday morning, under a little pressure after better-than-expected US retail sales numbers on Tuesday, as well as from renewed jitters over the US-China trade war.

Trump threatened new import tariffs against China, saying the country had failed to live up to a pledge to increase purchases of US farm products...

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