South Africa Foreign Exchange Market (Monthly Report) - April 2018

The rand weakened slightly against most currencies in March 2018 compared with the previous month.

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South Africa Foreign Merchandise Trade (Monthly Report) - April 2018

Over the past five years, exports had declined by an average of 1.3% per annum in dollar terms, while the equivalent growth rate for imports had amounted to -3.8% p.a.

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South Africa Financial Conditions Index (Monthly Report) - April 2018

Latest data up to February 2018 show that conditions remained tight, with the slight easing in November disappearing.

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South Africa Equity Market (Monthly Report) - April 2018

The monthly JSE All-share Index returned a very weak -4.6% month-on-month in March after a -0.6% return was recorded in February.

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South Africa Economic Indicator (Monthly Report) - April 2018

The domestic economic growth outlook for this year is gradually improving but remains challenging.

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South Africa Foreign Exchange Market (Monthly Report) - March 2018

The rand was again stronger against most currencies in February 2018 compared with the previous month.

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South Africa Foreign Merchandise Trade (Monthly Report) - March 2018

The latest 12-month merchandise trade deficit amounted to R30.2 billion which was R66 billion less than the previous 12 months’ deficit. Subscribers to EasyData can download the complete report in PDF format on www.easydata.co.za..

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South Africa Equity Market (Monthly Report) - March 2018

The monthly JSE All-share Index returned -0.6% month-on-month in February after a 0.2% return was recorded in January.

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South Africa Economic Indicator (Monthly Report) - March 2018

"Ramaphoria" risks to be a short-lived phenomenon in view of the potentially negative impact that land confiscation at will could have on economic growth, investment, development and rule of law.

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South Africa Economic Review & Forecast (Quarterly Report & Data) - February 2017

Considering that government proposed in the 2018/2019 Budget to slash its expenditure by R85bn, little growth will probably be generated through real final consumption expenditure by government.

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