The JSE is excited to bring to the market a solution that will fast-track the growth of SA’s Private Companies. We will be providing a platform with an ecosystem of advisors, educational enablers and networks that ultimately will enable SME’s to attract the right level of funding.
South African investors who are looking to capitalise on companies that push the boundaries in healthcare and medical innovation may find the upcoming Satrix Healthcare Innovation Feeder Exchange Traded Fund (STXHLT) appealing.
Livestream the session at the World Economic Forum with Speakers: Sara Eisen, Ahmed Ali Al-Hammadi, Leila Fourie, Kathryn Koch, Nick Studer
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is very pleased with the increasing reach and impact of the Investment Challenge, a competition amongst learners and students designed to advance their knowledge and understanding of investments and the stock market, says Ralph Speirs, the JSE’s CSI Officer.
As part of ongoing efforts to ensure that the bourse is fair, efficient, transparent and competitive, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) today released a further consultation paper, requesting stakeholders to comment on a raft of proposals.
Financial literacy is key in tough economic times; try the JSE trading game to gain the right skills
With South Africa's unemployment rate now being one of the highest in the world, more and more people are turning to short-term or freelance work to quickly adapt to new technologies and learn new emerging skills that increase their opportunities to actively participate in the rapidly emerging digital economy.
Predicting and anticipating the future can be profitable if you get it right. This is what great investors try to do each day, using the information that is before them about the economy, and the business environment and trying to understand how these moving variables will affect and determine the state of industries and businesses in the future.