The JSE was firmer on Tuesday morning, along with its global peers as investors played catch-up after the long Easter weekend.

This week investors will watch out for the latest consumer price and producer price index data for March — due out Wednesday and Thursday, respectively — which will help determine if or when the US Federal Reserve will pause or end its rate-hiking campaign...

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