The surprising strength of South Africa’s manufacturing data for September has lengthened the odds that the economy was in a technical recession over Q2 and Q3. And in Kenya, bond markets have rallied on the back of a favourable IMF review and more upbeat fiscal projections. But the good news may not last.
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