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Mauritius: The Mauritius stock exchange celebrates 25 years between new investment and democratisation of the stock market mechanisms

While the stock exchange of Mauritius has just celebrated its 25 years of existence, the latter announce the possibility for investors, by the end of the month of August 2014, to the acquisition of shares of the Johannesburg stock exchange in South Africa, as relates the Le Défi Quotidien newspaper.
 The Mauritius Stock Exchange officials also want to increase the number of shareholders on the island in democratising the stock mechanisms and count reaching 150,000 shareholders on the horizon of 2017 against 100,000 currently.
Stock Exchange authorities will thus use Mauritius post offices to allow the population to understand the different workings of the stock exchange of Mauritius and make the pedagogy around its operation, as reported on its part the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.
As a reminder, the stock exchange of Mauritius, whose index SEMDEX * jumped by 21% in 2013, raised funds from 2010 totaling over 37 billion rupees and that were used to develop the companies listed on the stock market.
*Index SEMDEX is calculated on all stocks listed on the stock market

Fabrice François

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