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Sub-Saharan Africa to see mixed economic recovery into 2022 – poll

27 Oct 2021 /  Vuyani Ndaba, Reuters  
SA experienced one of the biggest contractions on the continent last year.

SA inflation rises to four-month high, meets forecasts

20 Oct 2021 /  Monique Vanek and Colleen Goko, Bloomberg   12
Traders held interest rate bets.

Economic recovery not responsible for new vehicle demand exceeding supply – CMH

20 Oct 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   2
'Return of abundant supply will expose the dearth of customers who can afford a new vehicle', warns CEO Jebb McIntosh.

Higher inflation may be on the way out

19 Oct 2021 /  Roelof Botha   14
Research indicates that deflation constrains economic growth substantially less than high inflation.

Nobel economics prize winners showed economists how to turn the real world into their laboratory

17 Oct 2021 /  David A. Jaeger   6
Until the 1980s, experiments were uncommon in economics.

Targeting higher inflation is the new panic in town

12 Oct 2021 /  Mike Schüssler   26
The real median policy rate is now 2.5% below inflation. If it increases, the world debt bubble will explode.

SA rate-hike bets jump on upside risks to inflation

11 Oct 2021 /  Prinesha Naidoo, Bloomberg  
Traders raised bets that the Sarb will raise interest rates in November after it warned of upside risks to its inflation outlook.

Youth unemployment: Two knock-on effects to expect

10 Oct 2021 /  Bryden Morton and Chris Blair   29
The unemployment rate of those under the age of 35 is concerning not only because of its impact on those individuals to earn an income, but also because of its indirect impact on the economy at large.

ECB’s Villeroy says inflation to fall below 2% by end-2022

9 Oct 2021 /  Alan Katz, Bloomberg  
'A bump, even if it’s high, doesn’t make for a long-term trend'.

Is the resource curse hard-baked into African economies?

9 Oct 2021 /  Daniel Ofoe Chachu and Edward Nketiah-Amponsah   4
China’s approach hints that it may not be.

Government unveils R595bn pipeline of new infrastructure projects

8 Oct 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   39
With a funding gap of around R441bn for the 55 projects being presented to the market.

Kganyago: The Sarb also ‘came under attack’ from state capture

7 Oct 2021 /  Suren Naidoo   25
But it fiercely defended its independence.

The country manufacturing the destruction of SA manufacturing is … South Africa

6 Oct 2021 /  Mike Schüssler   77
Hard talking ahead, and not the usual nonsense – action is needed.

Inflation impact may be worse than the figures suggest

4 Oct 2021 /  Adriaan Kruger   20
Interest rates set to start rising next year.

Godongwana commits to reforms and removing red tape to boost economy  

1 Oct 2021 /  Akhona Matshoba   45
Says local investment must come first, before trying to attract foreign investors.

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