The JSE tracked firmer global peers on Thursday morning, with trade expected to be thin as US markets closed for a public holiday.

Weaker data in the form of softer private jobs and manufacturing reports, released this week, boosted speculation that the US Federal Reserve might cut interest rates in September...

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