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Thanks to technology, it is getting easier and cheaper for South Africans to get exposure to shares in listed global companies such as Apple, Facebook and Netflix.

This month, FNB announced a new investment product that allows South Africans to get a slice of these global giants for as little as R10 a share. This has been made possible by the creation of an exchange-traded note (ETN), which is a JSE-listed instrument that tracks the returns

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