The JSE eased lower in line with its US and European counterparts on Wednesday after weaker than expected monthly US jobs data, with investors firmly focused on the outcome Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC’s) first meeting of the year.

The latest ADP employment report shows private US employers added 107,000 jobs in January, less than the market estimate of 150,000 and below the 158,000 reported in December...

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