Rand breaks R14.20/$ for first time since early 2020

Local currency at 15-month high could mean record low rates for longer


The rand jumped to a 15-month high against the dollar as the country’s yield advantage and higher commodity prices boosted sentiment towards local assets, making it more likely that the Reserve Bank will be able to support the economy with record low interest rates even as US yields climb...

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