Business News 15.3.2017 07:40 am

JSE directors on a buying spree

Directors buying spree exceeds sellers by a factor of three, suggesting growing confidence in key areas of the market.

JSE directors went on a R2.3 billion sharebuying spree over the last three months. That’s more than three times the R772 million-worth of shares sold by directors over the same period.

JSE directors on a buying spree
JSE directors on a buying spree

JSE directors on a buying spree

Directors buying spree exceeds sellers by a factor of three, suggesting growing confidence in key areas of the market.

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