The closure of Chinese markets for the day could suppress activity on the JSE a little on Tuesday, with gold miners looking likely to be under pressure as the price of the precious metal slips to an eight-week low.

Solid US economic data is reducing expectations of US Federal Reserve interest rate cuts, which takes the edge off gold, which is seen as a hedge against inflation and loose monetary policy...

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