The larger-than-expected fall in South Africa’s headline inflation rate to 5.4% y/y in June brings it back within the Reserve Bank’s 3-6% target range for the first time since April 2022 and means that policymakers will almost certainly leave interest rates at 8.25% at tomorrow’s MPC meeting (rather than hike rates further).
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