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13.6523 +0.1952    +1.45%
18:46:40 GMT - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: South African Rand

  • Prev. Close: 13.4571
  • Bid/Ask: 13.6423 / 13.6623
  • Day's Range: 13.3975 - 13.7367
USD/ZAR 13.6523 +0.1952 +1.45%

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Latest USD/ZAR Comments

Ian Mubangizi
Ian Mubangizi Sep 22, 2016 4:44PM GMT
Looks like the Rates will stay for now
Ian Mubangizi
Ian Mubangizi Sep 22, 2016 8:43AM GMT
Does anyone think the SARB is going to change the Prime rate and Interest rate today ? I think yes because lately banks have been very active for some reason so they know that change is coming plus the large amount of public debt is a great consign as well. Markets are showing that Rand strength already. South Africa is in dire need of strenuous I would say.
Tom Crow
Tom Crow Sep 22, 2016 8:53AM GMT
Do you think its gonna bullish from now?
Ian Mubangizi
Ian Mubangizi Sep 22, 2016 5:16AM GMT
Can anyone help with the information that caused this week's movement of the Rand, I had an exam so didn't get time to check, I just know Zuma had something to do with it like most of the time
Fred PhotoArt
Fred PhotoArt Sep 22, 2016 7:43AM GMT
Zuma is the worlds greatest leader and can make or break any currency as he chooses. All hail to Jacob Zuma...he is a half god, half man.
Ian Mubangizi
Ian Mubangizi Sep 22, 2016 8:15AM GMT
Hahaha well this so called god is losing me money if he caused the Rand strength this week the JSE All Share is down about 1.2% and am losing my gains from last week can you thank him for me
Hanno COETZER Sep 26, 2016 12:44PM GMT
Rand is appreciating because the AB inbev takeover of SAB is going through (according to bloomberg) . Acquiring company shares in a country requires the purchasing company to buy ZAR, thus yielding a temporary shortage in ZAR currency... . I reckon once this takeover is done of Billions of dollars the Rand will continue it slippery path of depreciation
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