The JSE was weaker on Tuesday, along with global peers as developments in the Middle East and delayed interest rate cuts in the US weighed on sentiment.

Meanwhile, data on Monday showed US retail sales increased more than estimates for March, providing the latest indication that consumption remains strong despite inflationary pressures. ..

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