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JSE

Johannesburg Securities Exchange

The only stock exchange in South Africa and the largest in Africa. Established in 1887 as a means to trade gold, it has become one of the largest commodities exchanges in the world.
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The new architecture will be built from a combination of off-the-shelf technology packages and custom-built applications designed to integrate easily with the internal IT systems of JSE users.
The JSE had become aware of the need to attract a greater number of international players and to improve the transparency to market participants.
The Africa Board Index will be appropriately branded to reflect country representation and economic sector representation, according to the JSE.
27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CME Group, the world's largest and most diverse derivatives exchange, today announced that they have signed an agreement with the JSE Ltd to license CME Group's benchmark corn futures settlement prices to create a new JSE cash-settled corn futures contract.
Situating on the JSE premises, the JSE s colocation centre is aimed at offering the lowest latency connectivity to customers for trading and the receipt of real-time data.
Russell Loubser, the chief executive of the JSE, says "We hope to create an environment where a Ghanaian investor, for example, can buy stock in a Zimbabwean company from a Zambian shareholder.
Currently, investor orders on the JSE equity market are placed in Johannesburg, routed via international links to the JSE TradElect platform hosted by the London Stock Exchange where the trade is matched, and results are rerouted back to South Africa.
Listing of Sasol BEE Ordinary Shares on the BEE Segment of the Main Board of the JSE
The JSE is the latest service that we are making live this week, and will be accessible to any client connecting to our network as a part of their current service cost, or with a competitive additional port fee.
Trustco Group Holdings Limited (Trustco) has announced a significant increase in trading activity of the company's equity on the JSE Africa Board during 2010 in comparison to 2009.
As part of Sasol's commitment to Sasol BEE Ordinary Shareholders to use its best endeavours to set up a trading mechanism for the Sasol BEE Ordinary Shares, Sasol in conjunction with the JSE explored the possibility of expanding the JSE's existing securities trading sectors to make provision for the trading of Sasol BEE Ordinary Shares between Black Groups and Black Persons.
From now on, the South African bourse will be known as the JSE Securities Exchange South Africa and will reside at 44 Maude Street, Sandton.