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A general view of Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) precinct. 
Photo: Gallo Images/Sydney Seshibedi
A general view of Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) precinct. Photo: Gallo Images/Sydney Seshibedi

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) lost 14 listings in the first half of 2020. Last year, it lost 24 companies through delistings, double the new listings it recorded.

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