South African Stocks End Four Days of LossesBy
Rand rebounds after declining to record low on Monday
Equities recover from slide to 8-month low in panic selling
South African stocks rose for the first time in five days, rebounding from an eight-month low amid a sell-off in emerging markets on Monday, as the rand rallied the most in more than three months.
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