Revealed: JSE’s best and worst performing stocks of Q1 2019

PUBLISHED: Tue, 02 Apr 2019 10:39:18 GMT

The JSE all share index rose by 8 per cent with the increase attributed to a high rise in platinum and gold shares as well as the few unexpected worst performing share prices. Richard Bottger, Portfolio Manager at Tower Capital Management and Nic Norman-Smith, Chief Investment Officer at Lentus Asset Management joins CNBC Africa to look at the best and worst performers on the JSE for the first quarter of 2019….

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