Africa Economics

Africa Data Response

6 September, 2018

South Africa Current Account (Q2)

The improvement in South Africa’s current account deficit in Q2 should help to ease concerns about the country’s external financing needs and provide some support to the rand. Coming alongside the weakness of the latest GDP data, it reinforces our view that the SARB will look through the recent rise in inflation and leave interest rates unchanged this year.

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