SA stocks flat as banks sink-continued

March 19, 2012--South African stocks ended flat on Monday, as banking stocks like Absa followed European peers down on renewed Greek jitters, while Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) jumped after Deutsche Bank said it stood to "unlock significant value."
The blue-chip Top 40 - (Tradeable) [JSE:J200] index was barely changed, edging down 0.01% to 30 395.53. The broader All Share [JSE:J203] index ended down 0.02% at 34 214.07.

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Source: FIN24

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