Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)

Established in 1886, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange is the only stock exchange in South Africa. Gold and mining stocks form the majority of shares listed.
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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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