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JSE stocks mixed after scaling records

Apr 23 2014 18:44

South African shares have ended mixed after reaching record highs, despite an hour-long technical glitch.


Strike optimism pushes JSE to new record

Apr 23 2014 13:43

Despite a delay in trading on the JSE, renewed expectations of an end to the protracted platinum strike lifted the mood and pushed the All-share index to a new record.

Abil R10.96 R12.20 11.31%
Kap R3.77 R3.99 5.84%
Pikwik R24.21 R25.50 5.33%
Capitec R212.48 R223.10 5.00%
Aveng R22.72 R23.69 4.27%
Sibanye R25.93 R26.87 3.63%
Datatec R52.00 R53.60 3.08%
M&r Hld R23.90 R24.63 3.05%
Rclfoods R15.50 R15.95 2.90%
Picknpay R57.60 R59.22 2.81%

JSE sorts out glitch, opens firmer

Apr 23 2014 10:22

The JSE has reopened its equity trading after it sorted out some technical issues.


JSE glitch delays equity auction

Apr 23 2014 09:00

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange says the start of the opening auction for equity trading will be delayed due to a technical glitch.


JSE rises as strike talks boost miners

Apr 22 2014 17:53

Mining firms helped lift the bourse, after mining union members and executives from the world's top platinum producers resumed talks end a crippling strike.


Platinum in spotlight on JSE

Apr 22 2014 12:45

The possibility of renewed wage talks in the platinum sector has, as expected, been the focus on the JSE.

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