Royal Bafokeng added 3.58% to R36.99, Impala Platinum 2.12%
to R73.83 and Anglo American Platinum 0.32% to R796.07.
slumped 7.35% to 63c after the
property owner said it had cut all remaining ties with UK mall owner New
fell 0.51% to R192.58 after it said it
had agreed to buy Eqstra Fleet Management and Logistics from enX for R3.1bn.
Foods improved 1.58% to R71.45. Without
giving details, the company said on Monday it had entered into negotiations
that could have a “material effect” on its share price.
plummeted another 23.26% to R3.53, after
the horseracing operator said on Friday that it had breached loan covenants on
R300m of debt, following the loss of revenue it previously received from the
Gauteng province through betting taxes.
InBev fell 0.94% to R1,227.64 after the
company, which has its secondary listing on the JSE, cancelled its plans to
list its Asia Pacific subsidiary, Budweiser Brewing Company APAC in Hong Kong.
– Facebook is reportedly close to
settling with the Federal Trade Commission by paying a $5 billion fine. The
Federal Trade Commission has been conducting a probe of Facebook’s privacy
Amazon.com – Amazon.com has kicked
off its fifth annual “Prime Day,” which this year is extending to 48 hours. The
event began at 3 a.m. ET and Jefferies analysts said the event will see Amazon
add more Prime members despite a hike in its annual fee.
Boeing — the
aerospace company’s stock pulled back 1% after American Airlines removed the
737 Max jet from its flight schedule through early November. American joined
other airlines like United in halting flights involving the plane.
Tiffany was downgraded to “neutral” from “buy” at Citi, based on concerns about
near-term dynamics despite what Citi sees as good long-term moves by management
at the luxury goods retailer.