South Africa’s manufacturing PMI increased in November, to 52.6, but underlying activity in the sector is likely to remain subdued as the combination of sustained power cuts and fiscal and monetary policy tightening bites. And the pick-up in the prices component will keep the SARB in tightening mode.
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