128,652
2.83%
93,684
0.55%
54,959
0.16%
24,338
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7,747
3.10%
246,149
2.06%
43,415
2.83%
58,357
1.73%
162,166
3.74%
5,525
2.60%
15,941
1.52%
13,715
2.37%
12,899
4.92%
176,432
3.41%
4,097
1.14%
37,861
0.41%
25,878
4.48%
17,296
1.26%
19,124
6.07%
43,693
2.50%
32,246
1.26%
4,838
1.00%
5,532
4.97%
19,530
3.53%
13,192
5.58%
22,422
5.58%
29,645
2.94%
13,336
3.80%
21,896
5.61%
2,280
3.17%
16,206
6.17%
20,732
0.07%
28,727
2.52%
12,660
2.37%
4,148
4.51%
9,874
0.53%
18,439
5.31%
1,246
2.13%
7,992
3.62%
12,226
1.88%
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JSE now offers secondary and fast track listings from Singapore

25.11.2021
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is pleased to announce the expansion of its secondary listings framework, now offering secondary listings from the Singapore Exchange (SGX). This allows companies with a primary listing on the SGX to seek a secondary listing on the JSE, additionally qualifying for the fast track listing route. 
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03.11.2021
The JSE has joined the Race to Zero Partner Initiative through the Net Zero Financial Service Providers Alliance (NZFSPA), and the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) to promote and champion sustainability measures within South Africa, and internationally, and has committed to supporting net zero by 2050. These alliances encourage the financial sector to align with a target to limit the rise in global temperatures to 1.5 oC and use their respective mandates in achieving this goal.
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