The JSE opened higher on Tuesday — in a mild relief rally — after US-China trade tension pushed global markets lower on Monday.

The JSE lost more than 2% on Monday after US President Donald Trump further escalated the prolonged trade war between the economic superpowers. Trump said China was manipulating its currency after the yuan weakened to an 11-year low...

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