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The Quantec Money and Credit Market Trends and Forecasts report, is a Quarterly overview of the movement of money market interest rates, liquidity operations and movements, as well as money supply and credit growth trends. Recent trends of the lending by monetary institutions are shown and forecasts provided for selected balance sheet items of the banking sector. The report includes an appendix describing the working of the SARB’s monetary policy transmission mechanism.
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06 February 2017
Consumer confidence remained weak amid continued concern about households’ finances, contributing to subdued demand for credit. Subscribers to EasyData can download the complete report in PDF format on www.easydata.co.za..
01 November 2016
Credit extension to the household sector remained fragile in the first half of 2016, although slightly higher than in the previous year.
11 August 2016
Despite a challenging business environment over the past two years, credit demand by the corporate sector has been strong, contributing more than 70% to the growth in total loans and advances during this period.
29 April 2016
Money-market rates have been moving higher since the second quarter of 2013, with the 12m JIBAR rising from 5.5% to 8.65% by March 2016.
21 January 2016
Money-market rates have been moving higher since the second quarter of 2013, with the 12m JIBAR rising from 5.5% to 8.5% in January 2016.
03 November 2015
Money-market rates have been moving higher since the start of 2014 with the 12m JIBAR rising from 6% in early January 2014 to 7.53% at the end of June 2015.
21 July 2015
Money-market rates have been moving higher since the start of 2014 with the 12m JIBAR rising from 6% in early January 2014 to 7.49% at the end of June 2015.
22 April 2015
Money-market rates moved higher throughout 2014, with the 12m JIBAR rising from 6% in January to 7.4% at the end of December.
19 January 2015
There was a steep divergence in the growth rates of credit extended to the corporate sector (15.3% y/y in November 2014) compared with the household sector (3.6% in November 2014).