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UPDATE 1-South Africa's rand falls as risk aversion grows; stocks flat

Rand sinks as aversion hits emerging markets * Stocks flat amid caution before speech by Zuma (Updates figures, gives details, fresh quotes) JOHANNESBURG, Feb 7 (Reuters) - South Africa's rand ... news," said Cratos Capital equity analyst Greg Davies ...

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