The JSE closed firmer while global peers were mixed on Monday, with investors looking ahead to US jobs data this week.

November nonfarm payroll (NFP) jobs data is scheduled for release on Friday, with investors expecting the report to confirm that the Fed is done with hiking rates and could cut them next year. ..

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