SA stocks could open in the red on Friday after US President Donald Trump announced fresh tariffs on $300bn of Chinese imports, dashing hopes that a resolution to the protracted trade dispute was in sight.

This follows inconclusive talks between the world’s two biggest economies in Shanghai earlier in the week. Trump also threatened to raise tariffs further if negotiations do not progress...

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