The JSE was weaker on Monday morning, with global peers mixed as investors looked ahead to the latest reading of the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge this week as well as several corporate earnings reports.

The outlook for US consumer inflation and the timing of interest rate cuts remain in focus, with investors waiting for the release of the latest monthly personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index report on Thursday; the index is considered a gauge for consumer inflation...

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