Africa Stock Market News

South Africa's currency, stocks plunge as finance minister clashes with president

The country's stocks also took a beating: The iShares MSCI South Africa Index (EZA), which tracks the country's stock-market performance, was down nearly 3% at $58.55, its lowest in two weeks. While an official statement from the government gave no reason ...

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