Stocks bounced back further on Friday as traders opted to hold their fire ahead of next week's policy meeting at the US Federal Reserve. Nevertheless, there is still some uncertainty as to just how dangerous the present correction in equities really is, even if shares have reached clearly 'oversold' levels. [14 Jun '13]
A calmer session on financial markets prompted decent gains in the mining and property sectors on Friday, as bargain-hunters moved in to 'buy on the dip' after the recent volatility hit both sectors hard. [14 Jun '13]
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