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JSE CEO Leila Fourie. Picture: ALAISTER RUSSELL/SUNDAY TIMES
JSE CEO Leila Fourie. Picture: ALAISTER RUSSELL/SUNDAY TIMES

The JSE benefited from market volatility in its first half. Increased trading activity helped Africa’s largest stock exchange grow revenue across its business segments, with top-line growth registering an 11% increase and headline earnings per share growing by 29%. Business Day TV spoke to CEO Leila Fourie for her take on the performance.

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