Egypt’s headline inflation rate held steady at 4.5% y/y in March, leaving it below the lower bound of the central bank’s (CBE’s) target range. There is a growing chance that, with the economy still struggling, policymakers bring forward the rate cut that we have pencilled in for later this year.
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