South Africa’s FTSE/JSE All-Share Index Returns By Year

Page Updated: Aug 12, 2017

The FTSE/JSE All-Share Index is the leading benchmark of the South African equity market. It contains 165 companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) based on market capitalization.  The dividend yield of the index as of Dec 31, 2013 was 2.72%.

The Top 10 Holdings and the weights in the index at the end of 2013 are shown below:

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FTSE-JSE-All-Share-Index-Top-10-Components

Source: FTSE

The FTSE/JSE All-Share Index Returns By Year from 1974 thru 2016 are shown in the chart below:

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The table below lists the FTSE/JSE All-Share Index Returns By Year from 1974 thru 2016:

YearJSE All Share Index Return
1974-0.8%
1975-18.9%
1976-10.9%
197720.6%
197837.2%
197994.4%
198040.9%
19810.8%
198238.4%
198314.4%
19849.4%
198542.0%
198655.9%
1987-4.3%
198814.8%
198955.7%
19905.1%
199131.1%
1992-2.0%
199354.7%
199422.7%
19958.8%
19969.4%
1997-4.5%
1998-10.0%
199961.4%
20000.0%
200129.3%
2002-8.1%
200316.1%
200425.4%
200547.3%
200641.2%
200719.2%
2008-23.2%
200932.1%
201019.0%
20112.6%
201226.7%
201321.4%
201410.9%
20155.1%
2016-0.0%

Source: Allan Gray 

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8 Comments

  1. Please can l have the absolute All Share index figures for South Africa? Thanks for your kind response. (1980-2015)

  2. Richard
    You can download that data in Excel in this post. Just click the FTSE/JSE All-Share Index Returns By Year from 1974 thru 2015 (in Excel) link in “Download Data” section above.

    Hope this helps.

    -David

  3. Hi
    Are these the nominal returns for the JSE/FTSE all share index? Also are they just the returns of the index without any dividend yield?
    Thanks for your response

  4. HELLO,

    please can i get computed data on market risk premium
    that is the differene between JSE_ALSI and Treasury 91-days bill

    Thanks

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