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The JSE tracked European and US markets on Tuesday, surrendering all of the previous session’s gains and more as concerns about global recession weighed on investor sentiment.
Having gained 2% on Monday, the all share lost as much as 3.4% in intraday trade as the sell-off gathered momentum when US markets resumed trade after the July 4 holiday weekend...
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