The small rise in South Africa’s headline inflation rate to 4.8% y/y in August partly reflected a fresh pick-up in core price pressures, but we doubt that this will prompt the SARB to restart its tightening cycle tomorrow. We expect rates to be left on hold and officials are likely to retain their hawkish rhetoric.
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