The JSE was lower on Tuesday morning amid muted trade as mainland China celebrated the People’s Republic of China’s 70th anniversary. 

The JSE ended the third quarter of 2019 down 5.8%, its first quarterly drop this year as global factors, including the protracted US-China trade war, weighed on investor sentiment. Fears that the US -China trade war may intensify escalated on Monday following reports that the US may consider limiting capital flows into China, including the possibility of de-listing Chinese companies from US stock exchanges. ..

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