South African rand claws back lost ground in early trade

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s rand steadied in early trade on Friday after tumbling more than 2 percent the previous session, weighed down by news that the country’s current account deficit widened in the third quarter and woes at state-run power firm Eskom.

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