South Africa has experienced sluggish growth, high inflation, extended strikes, government elections, rating downgrades, interest rate hikes and plunging commodity prices in 2014 – arguably one of our most challenging years.
There has been no shortage of events or volatility on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, as higher highs were interrupted occasionally by drastic lows. Reflecting on the year, it was, ultimately, a tale of two worlds. Cheaper sectors became cheaper and the large expensive industrials continued their bull run.
In the last edition of Making Cents for the year, we look back at the market events as well as the biggest winners and losers on the JSE.
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