Net foreign disinvestment year-to-date; R28 billion! That compares to R17 billion net investment this time last year… we were all in the throes of Thuma Mina…— Nicky Newton-King, CEO - JSE Limited
We won’t get growth by dreaming high…— Nicky Newton-King, CEO - JSE Limited
The share price of JSE Limited plummeted by 9.57% on Monday.
The company cautioned investors that its profit for the half-year to 30 June 2019 could be 35% less than the same period in 2018.
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