Rand Strongest in World as Local Elections, BOE Boost CurrencyBy
S. African cities show reduced backing for ANC in local voting
Currency trades below 18 per pound first time since April ’05
The rand strengthened to a nine-month high against the dollar and traded below 18 per pound for the first time since April 2015 as results from South African local-government elections showed a swing toward the main opposition.
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