Analysis & Profiles 18.7.2016 01:35 pm

Foreigners snapping up SA stocks

Foreigners have been net buyers of SA equities for 36 consecutive days.

CAPE TOWN – Up to and including last week Friday, the JSE has experienced 36 consecutive days of net buying of South African equities by foreigners. The streak, which stretches back to May 26, is the longest since at least 1999.

Foreigners snapping up SA stocks
Foreigners snapping up SA stocks

Foreigners snapping up SA stocks

Foreigners have been net buyers of SA equities for 36 consecutive days.

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