JSE Limited operates in the Security and commodity exchanges sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares JSE Limited with three other
financial institutions in Africa:
sales of 736.70 million Moroccan Dirhams [US$77.21 million]
of which 100%
was Banking & Related Activities),
Peregrine Holdings Limited
(2.63 billion South African Rands [US$186.38 million]
of which 31%
was Wealth Management), and
based in Morocco
(720.52 million Moroccan Dirhams [US$75.51 million]
JSE Limited reported sales of 2.24 billion South African Rands (US$159.12 million)
December of 2017.
decrease of 4.8%
versus 2016, when the company's sales were 2.36 billion South African Rands.
The sales level in 2017 was fairly close to the level five years ago: in 2012, JSE Limited had sales
of 2.28 billion South African Rands.
Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 8.8% decline
in Equity Market Fees, from 555.44 million South African Rands to 506.69 million South African Rands.
There were also decreases in sales in
Post-Trade Services (down 7.0% to 383.79 million South African Rands)
Back-Office Services (down 7.3% to 292.91 million South African Rands)
Other Market Data Fees (down 6.0% to 221.70 million South African Rands)
Equity Derivatives Fees (down 4.3% to 169.77 million South African Rands)
Strate Ad Valorem Fees (down 0.6% to 128.13 million South African Rands)
Commodity Derivatives Fees (down 2.0% to 68.37 million South African Rands)
Interest Rate Market Fees and Other (down 1.3% to 180.94 million South African Rands)
However, these declines were partially offset by the increase in sales of
Primary Market Fees (up 10.1% to 181.01 million South African Rands)
Funds Under Management (up 0.8% to 95.74 million South African Rands)