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Tag: JSE

Cape Town takes Stock

IN A SUPREMELY ironic sweep, it has taken some clever corporate minds from Johannesburg to devise a cunning plan to launch the Cape Town Stock Exchange (CTSE). There have been sporadic rumblings...

Is the “shrinking” JSE a sign of a sinking ship?

The number of companies listed on the JSE has decreased from 776 to 331 over the past 30 years, with over 14 companies delisting every year on a net average basis....

JSE hoping for more IPOS as economic conditions improve

THE UNCERTAIN business and market environment caused by the pandemic has resulted in falling share price valuations, which in turn has caused the founders and controlling shareholders of listed companies to...

Altron unlocks shareholder value by 152% despite tough environment

JSE-listed technology company Altron has announced its financial results for the year to end February. The company saw invoiced income gain four percent to R7.7 billion, while cash from operations grew...

Farewell JSE

THE JSE is seemingly no longer a happy place for several Cape Town companies. In short succession three small Cape Town-based companies have opted to delist from the JSE – meaning they...

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The energy morass

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