Property experts weigh in on the Monetary Policy Committee of the SA Reserve Bank's decision to lower interest rates.
More expensive food, higher taxes, and a weaker rand – South African consumers had better expect economic storm clouds in 2020.
Decades of stock market and interest rates data point to a strong correlation between the two. PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw explains what history tells us about declining interest rate phases and how it could impact the JSE.
Should Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago announce a cut in South African interest rates this week, as expected, it won’t be because politicians want him to.
Central banks in sub-Saharan Africa’s key economies will take direction from US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell when they make calls on interest rates in the next 10 days.
SARB is anticipated to cut the repo rate at the next meeting of its MPC, says Nicky Weimar, senior economist at Nedbank.
Facing persistent pressure from President Trump and financial markets to lower interest rates, the Federal Reserve holds a two-day meeting this week which could lay the groundwork for a rate cut later this year.
Economists expect the Reserve Bank to keep the repo rate on hold at 6.75% at the upcoming monetary policy committee meeting this week.
The decision by the SARB to keep the repo rate unchanged reflects changes in the monetary policy outlook, says the Nedbank Group Economic Unit.
The Monetary Policy Committee of the SA Reserve Bank will make its first interest rate announcement of 2019 on Thursday.
Two months can be a long time in central banking, and if you are the South African Reserve Bank, it can mean bringing an interest rate cut forward and a move to signaling even more.
The failure to collect enough tax is going to haunt consumers in coming years. Here's what that will look like.
The only way to lower current global debt levels is by decreasing government spending or increasing taxes. That won’t be happening anytime soon, which means the debt spiral continues.
As interest rates fall in rich countries, international investors are piling into bonds that earn higher interest rates – like those issued by the South African government.
The Reserve Bank has to start cutting rates. And history needs to repeat itself.
South Africa’s annual inflation quickened in May, with the rate reaching the midpoint of the central bank’s target range as higher food and beverage prices contributed to the increase.
The South African Reserve Bank’s forecasting model shows there might be room for interest rate cuts in the next year or two, given how weak the economy is, Governor Lesetja Kganyago has said.
Interest rates are likely to remain unchanged on May 23, according to Sanisha Packirisamy, an economist at Momentum Investments.
Federal Reserve officials scaled back their projected interest-rate increases this year to zero.
With the Monetary Policy Committee of the SA Reserve Bank due to make its first interest rate announcement for 2019 on Thursday, economists from PwC, Investec and Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking say rate hikes are unlikely.
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