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Africa Economics

Africa Economics

This service is aimed particularly at fund managers, asset allocators and financial companies as well as any other companies or public organisations with interest in sub-Saharan Africa.

Clients subscribing to our Africa Service should expect to receive, on average, 3-4 e-mailed documents a week.


Africa Outlook Quarterly analysis of the performance and prospects of the key economies in the region. Sample - Strong domestic demand to help Africa outperform
Africa Watch Monthly summary of our views on major talking points, along with previews of key upcoming data and events. Sample - Is China helping or hindering South Africa?
Africa Chart Book Aims to give a monthly view of major African economies in chart form. Sample - Kenyan elections pass peacefully but risks still linger
Africa Economics Update Short and timely commentaries on economic or market issues and events. Sample - Weak South African rand leaves little room for rate cuts
Africa Rapid Response Instant analysis of data or events. Sent within 5-15 minutes of the release of the data or news of a major event.

To view a sample, please sign-up for a free trial

Africa Markets Monitor Monthly summary of developments in financial markets, along with key forecasts for major markets over the next two years. Sample - Eurobond yields unlikely to rise sharply

Cost: £6,000 p.a.*

* The prices shown are for a multi-user licence per team / department in a single location.

* Discounts are available for multi-service subscriptions.

* Prices quoted exclude local and national taxes which may be applicable.

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