The JSE fell further on Wednesday, tracking weaker US markets as investors digested revised US GDP numbers, but remained cautious before the release on Thursday of the key inflation report. 

The revised fourth-quarter GDP report showed the economy grew at a slightly slower pace in the final months of 2023. The US commerce department said GDP growth was revised to 3.2%, while the market had expected it to remain unchanged from the first reading of 3.3%...

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