The JSE was a little firmer on Tuesday afternoon, tracking positive Asian and European markets that were bouncing back after a recent spike in risk following a US strike that killed a senior Iranian military commander.

Though investors remain uncertain as to how Iran may retaliate to the US attack that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, equities seemed to be faring, with analysts saying that there appeared to be a softening of Iranian language on the issue...

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