Africa Economics

Africa Data Response

6 December, 2018

South Africa Current Account (Q3)

The larger-than-expected South African current account deficit in Q3, of 3.5% of GDP, adds to the reasons to think that the Reserve Bank will tighten monetary policy a little further in the next few months.

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