The larger-than-expected fall in South Africa’s headline inflation rate to 4.7% y/y in July leaves it within touching distance of the mid-point of the Reserve Bank’s 3-6% target range and means that, despite their hawkish rhetoric, policymakers are not going to deliver further interest rate hikes.
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