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A2X, the low-cost exchange that has managed to attract big names such as Naspers, Standard Bank and Sanlam, is upping the ante to capture more trading activity in SA.

This comes at a time when SA’s main trading platform, the JSE, is already battling with declining trades as foreign investors sell off SA stocks. In the first six months of 2019, the JSE  recorded an 11% decline in value of trades and more than R30bn in divestment by foreign investors. ..

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