The JSE closed firmer on Thursday, along with its global peers, as markets attempted a rebound.

Investors have been jittery about the possibility of Israel retaliating after Iran’s attack over the weekend, while higher-for-longer interest rates comments this week by Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell added another layer of caution after stronger-than-anticipated US data. ..

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