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Low-risk mining and a diversified product offering have contributed to Tharisa’s strong results, says CEO Phoevos Pouroulis Read more
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- Quarterly index review to lift JSE equities volumes | JSE . . .
Johannesburg, 14 March 2013 – Market watchers can expect to see large trading volumes on the JSE's equity market tomorrow as a methodology change to the FTSE JSE Africa Index Series is implemented This change will impact all investments that track an index including unit trusts, exchange traded funds, institutional funds as well as index derivatives products
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- JSE Implements Second Phase of T+3 Move - Global Custodian . . .
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has completed the second phase of its T+3 project, a move that will see the settlement cycle for South African equities cut by two days Currently the exchange has T+5 settlement cycle, however the move to T+3 will help align the South African market with the US equities market, and just one day behind Europe’s T+2 cycle