Chapter 26. Short Selling Consistency in South Africa
David E. Allen, Robert J. Powell and Abhay K. Singh
26.1 Introduction 382
26.5 Conclusion 385
Throughout the global financial crisis (GFC), South Africa managed to maintain a consistent approach to short selling activity, thus minimizing trading disruption. That this was possible is largely attributed to a strong regulatory framework, as well as the rules, risk management systems, and surveillance capabilities of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. This chapter explores environmental ...