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SA rate bets pared in policy meeting too close to call

19 Nov 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg
Of the 26 economists surveyed, 16 predict the rate will stay unchanged, while the rest expect a quarter-point increase.

September retail sales up y/y

18 Nov 2015 /  Nqobile Dludla, Reuters
Consumers to remain cautious of spending on non-essential items - Nedbank.

SA’s October headline CPI edges up to 4.7%

18 Nov 2015 /  Mfuneko Toyana, Reuters
Core inflation edged lower to 5.2% year-on-year in October.

Zuma’s fiscal strain almost matches Putin’s as junk status looms

17 Nov 2015 /  Srinivasan Sivabalan and Xola Potelwa, Bloomberg
South Africa's credit-default swaps spread with Russia narrows as debt burden rises.

2016: A lost year?

17 Nov 2015 /  Inge Lamprecht
Can the Sarb afford to hike rates this week?

SA expected to leave repo rate unchanged

13 Nov 2015 /  Vuyani Ndaba, Reuters
Expected to remain 6.00% at November 19 meeting.

US vies with Portugal, SA for worst-debt mantle

13 Nov 2015 /  Wes Goodman and Kevin Buckland, Bloomberg
SA’s bonds dropped 1.91%, the most of the 26 bond markets tracked by the EFFAS.

Having a bank account means very little

11 Nov 2015 / 
Quality of financial inclusion remains low, even though many are banked.

SA’s September factory output up 0.9% year-on-year

10 Nov 2015 /  Mfuneko Toyana, Reuters
Up 2.2% on month-on-month basis.

Rand plunge has investors guessing: Will Sarb move before Fed?

10 Nov 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg
'If the Fed moves there will be quite a strong selloff in the rand and in emerging markets.'

Investing in a low growth environment

10 Nov 2015 /  Inge Lamprecht
What it means for investors.

South Africans crying into their expensive beers

10 Nov 2015 /  Magnus Heystek
Why currencies matter and Regulation 28 can cost you dearly.

Sarb ready to hike rates if necessary – deputy governor

6 Nov 2015 /  Stella Mapenzauswa, Reuters
Stance due to sluggish economic growth.

SA’s net reserves edge up in October

6 Nov 2015 /  Stella Mapenzauswa, Reuters
Increase to $41.308 billion.

Consumer credit index takes downward turn

5 Nov 2015 / 
Indicating an improving trend may start to reverse.

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