South Africa Foreign Merchandise Trade (Monthly Report) - October 2019

Measured at a seasonally adjusted basis, the rand value of exports increased by 1.6% month-on-month in August 2019.

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South Africa Financial Conditions Index (Monthly Report) - October 2019

Latest data up to August 2019 show that the conditions were tighter during August and July compared with the March-June period.

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South Africa Equity Market Monthly Report - October 2019

Four of the eight major JSE sectors recorded positive month-on-month returns.

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South Africa Economic Indicator (Monthly Report) - October 2019

A mid slowing global growth and rising trade tensions, several central banks, including the US Federal Reserve, have been easing monetary policy.

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South Africa Money and Credit Market Trends & Forecasts (Quarterly Report) – September 2018

The MPC unanimously decided to reduce the repurchase rate by 25 basis points to 6.5% per annum with effect from 19 July 2019.

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South Africa Household Sector (Quarterly Report) - September 2019

Household net saving has come under severe pressure after 2005 with dissaving (negative net saving) having been recorded for each year during 2006 to 2016.

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South Africa Fixed Capital Formation and Capital Stock (Quarterly Report) - September 2019

Despite the persistence of balance of payments pressures, slow domestic growth and inflation bottoming, the slight upward bias in long-term interest rates during the first half of 2019, has made way way for an easing in bond yields.

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South Africa Fiscal Trends (Quarterly Report) - September 2019

After registering a surplus between 1995 and 2008, Government's primary balance—the surplus or deficit before interest rate expenses and one of the most important indicators of fiscal sustainability—turned again into a deficit in 2009 and amounted to -3.3% of GDP in early 2010.

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South Africa Consumer Vulnerability Index (Quarterly Report & Data) - September 2019

The Consumer Vulnerability Index (CVI) for South Africa edged up to 52.1 in the first quarter of 2019 from 50 in the previous quarter.

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South Africa Bond Market (Quarterly Report) - September 2019

Bigger counter-cyclical and infrastructure spending, SOE support and elaborate education, welfare and health systems envisaged by government over the next few years, will cause upward pressure on the state’s borrowing requirement as a ratio of GDP.

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