Precious Metals

Reuters Africa reported South African stocks ended sharply lower on Tuesday, extending the decline to two days as investors offloaded risky assets.

Reuters Africa reported South African stocks ended sharply lower on Tuesday, extending the decline to two days as investors offloaded risky assets.

As quoted in the market news:

Miners featured on the losers’ list, as data showing both the U.S. and China’s manufacturing growth grew slower than expected added to the sell-off on metal prices.

African Rainbow Minerals gave up 4.63 percent to 174.93 rand, Impala Platinum lost 4.61 percent to 175.01 rand and Anglo Platinum retreated 3.21 percent to 556 rand.

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MARKETS

Markets
TSX20179.81+187.93
TSXV680.49+7.47
DOW33761.05+424.38
S&P 5004280.15+72.88
NASD13047.19+267.27
ASX7032.50-38.50

COMMODITIES

Commodities
Gold1803.00+1.47
Silver20.82+0.02
Copper3.68-0.03
Palladium2224.19+14.20
Platinum965.47+2.48
Oil91.88-2.46
Heating Oil3.51+0.03
Natural Gas8.78-0.09

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