Rand Trims World’s Biggest Currency Gain as Risk Aversion GrowsBy
Currency still leads peers in September advance vs dollar
Deutsche Bank spurs risk aversion; U.S. data boosts dollar
The rand fell as much as 1.2 percent to head for its biggest weekly retreat this month as increased risk aversion among global investors and a possible reweighting of South Africa in a JPMorgan bond index sparked concern foreigners may sell the country’s debt.
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