The JSE could open lower on Monday, with Asian equities falling sharply in the wake of better-than-expected US jobs data, which has reduced the likelihood of sharp interest rate cuts from the Federal Reserve.
The UK plans to fine British Airways 183.4 million pounds ($230 million) over computer attacks that exposed customer data, marking the first major application of far-reaching European Union rules requiring companies to tighten anti-hacking measures.
Sao Paulo — A trade deal between the EU and South America’s Mercosur bloc of countries could facilitate other agreements and open up new markets for Brazil’s huge beef-packing industry, a trade group says.
London — Britain’s ambassador to the US describes President Donald Trump’s administration as “dysfunctional”, “clumsy” and “inept”, the Mail on Sunday newspaper reported, citing a series of confidential memos.
Greek voters cast their ballots on Sunday in the country's first national election of the post-bailout era, with leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's Syriza party expected to be ousted by the conservative opposition.
Athens — Greece's opposition conservatives returned to power with a landslide victory in snap elections on Sunday, and Prime Minister elect Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he had a clear mandate for change, pledging more investments and fewer taxes.