Today’s decision in South Africa to raise the benchmark rate by 75bp, to 6.25%, despite weakness in the economy suggests that policymakers are prioritising tackling inflation above all else. We think that the tightening cycle is far from over and expect rates to reach 7.75% by mid-2023.
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