INTERVIEW | JSE's most volatile year: Investors pulled out billions of rands in 2020

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JSE CEO, Leila Fourie
Photo: Supplied by the JSE
JSE CEO, Leila Fourie Photo: Supplied by the JSE

The JSE experienced one of the most volatile years on record last year and foreign investors pulled their money en masse in the first half of the year while capital raises also kept the stock exchange a little busier than usual, making up for the falling listings.

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