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Africa: inflation, debt risks to hold back rate cuts

Sub-Saharan African central banks are unlikely to follow their peers in other EMs in cutting interest rates soon. With inflation falling more slowly, alongside balance of payment and public debt strains, interest rates will stay high for longer. Nigeria and Angola will have to tighten monetary conditions even further.

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